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Save the Environment and Learn a Skill!

Sunday, 14th of June 2015, noon-4pm

Learn how to attach the Ethernet connectors to cables to create a cable of arbitrary length. The tools and instructions are provided. The main requirement is that you not be colorblind, so you can identify the color-coded wires.

We have some donated computers and other electronics that we need to get working. Help us test them and take them apart to salvage the useful parts, and then we’ll rebuild what we can and e-cycle what we cannot use (or do you have an up-cycling project in mind?).

These are good tasks to do while your waiting for adhesives to set, or 3D printed parts to be completed.

Raspberry pi

Raspberry Pi Special Interest Group Forming

Tuesday April 28 – 6:00p.m. – 9:00p.m.

Have you heard about Raspberry Pi computers? They are amazing, powerful little Linux computers that can be used in hundreds of ways, from playing games to setting up a media player to creating a house control system and so much more.  Raspberry Pi are multi-user, multi-tasking systems that act much like Mac & Windows, and you can assemble your own computer for under $100.  If you are interested in learning or sharing your knowledge, join us to plan what we would like to do as a group to learn about these powerful little computers.


Arduino Classes

Every Thursday (except First Thursday of the month) 6:00p.m. – 9:00p.m.

Want to learn about the use of Arduino computers?  Here’s your chance.  Parts kit includes everything you need to learn about the many ways that Arduinos can be used, from LEDs to motors!  Lessons are ongoing, and our facilitators will help you get started and keep you moving.


Arduino / Raspberry Pi Hackathon

May 9 – 10:00a.m. – 3:00p.m.

Come join us to play with Arduino & Raspberry Pi computers.  If you are taking the current series of classes, this is a great chance to catch up if you’ve missed anything.  Only the classroom will be open – the Workshop will be closed.


Basic Shop Safety Classes

Every Fourth Wednesday 6:30p.m. – 9:00p.m.

This is the first level of shop safety, and is free to all members as it is a requirement for using tools outside of a class in our space. We will view a PTI Video and go over shop rules and basic tool safety. Because of Classroom and shop size, class is limited to the first 10 persons who send an e-mail to .

On the second Wednesday of the month an advanced class will be given on specified tools what tool for first class will be decided by class this day as it is a prerequisite for advanced tool classes.

Public Meetings and Open Hours

Public Meeting first Thursday from 6-9 PM

Saturdays – Open Hours (12:00-5:00)–All ages

Sundays – Open Hours (12:00-5:00)–All ages

Open build hours. Come by with your projects and meet Maui Makers!

Need tools? We got ’em

Need a workbench? We got ’em

Need a 3d-printer? We got ’em

Need soldering equipment? We got it

Need help? We got you covered


Other events to keep on the lookout for:

3D printing

Gocupi polar plotter build