Lots of exciting happenings at the Makerspace in the last month.
We are trying out a new look to the website. Let us know what you think. If you like the old one, you can find it here.
As part of our Crafty Makers series, Rob Bartlett led an awesome 3-part introductory class on the Zen of Quilling. It’s a great way to make very complex and wonderful objects using very simple techniques.
3D Printing Special Interest Group completed some more of the prosthetic hands, and started an Intro to Fusion 360 self-paced study group.
We kicked off our Menehune Makers program for younger kids (K-12). Some of the kids are calling it the Robot Class. We haven’t built any robots yet, but will soon.
We continue to have awesome and interesting people drop into the space, and it’s the people who make the Makerspace.
In December, we’ll be focusing on CNC Machines.
Island Hobbies made a generous loan of a 3-axis CNC machine. The terms of the loan were that we take care of the machine and teach folks how to use the machine. We’ll need your help with getting this set up and running. It’s a nice machine that can mill wood, brass, aluminum and steel.
Other activities will continue as usual: