Arduino Classes continue on Thursdays, with a the exception of April 2 and 9.
The space will be open for making or visiting every Sat and Sun from 12 to 5.
All events are at the Makerspace–200 Waiehu Beach Road, unless otherwise noted.
April 2, Open Public meeting (Free and Open to the Public)–6 to 9 PM
Meet other makers, talk story, brag on your projects, get and share advice and check out the space.
April 9, Special Guest Speaker–6 to 9 PM
Design a Raspberry Pi HAT using KiCAD running on the Raspberry Pi 2
The KiCAD project is an open source suite of EDA tools. KiCAD runs on Linux and the new Raspberry Pi 2 now has enough processing power to run KiCAD. KiCAD includes tools for schematic capture, netlist creation, printed circuit board (PCB) layout and a gerber viewer.
This presentation will cover:
– What is a HAT?
– Requirements for a HAT to be called a Raspberry Pi HAT
– Installing KiCAD on the Pi
– Drawing a schematic in KiCAD
– PCB layout in KiCAD
– Creating gerbers files
– Get your HAT PCB built
This is a great opportunity to preview a talk that will be given at the Bay Area Maker Faire.
Low Voltage Labs designs and sells Open Source Hardware for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and easy to solder kits.
April 11, Fire up the Forge–noon to 2 PM
During this class we will fire up our forge and melt some aluminum cans. Learn about forge construction, operations, and safety. This class is a precursor to a metal fabrication working group. (Free for members, must be a paid member at at least the friend level, see our Membership page).
April 18, Maui-makers Rocketry–9 AM to 2 PM
This month the Maui-makers rocketry group is offering an advanced rocketry class. This includes the activities of our Basic class, but adds larger motors Starts with straw rockets, followed by building and launching an Estes Rocket with various motor sizes. The final project the working group will assemble a loadstar rocket and hack a key-chain camera to take video of the flight. (Open to the Public, Class fee is $80 per family, members get a $10 discount)
April 18, 3D printing day–noon to 5 PM
Drop in and see the 3d-printer in action, learn how to find pre-made designs, and use the 3Doodlers –a 3D printer that you hold in your hand to draw in 3D!
April 25, Tinkering for kids–10 AM to noon
Introduce children to electronics and electricity in a fun and simple way. Activities are based on curriculum from the Exploratorium, and is great for all ages.
The instructor (Laura Ulibarri) has a Certificate in Tinkering Fundamentals: A Constructionist Approach to STEM Learning.