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Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard.

Arduino Boards

Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardwar

Cutting Edge Lasers

The laser cutter is probably the most versatile and convenient tool available for any  makerspace

3D Printer Innovation

Low cost, and do it yourself 3D printing is the cutting edge of the on demand, fast prototyping,

Education

Students looking to get involved at school don't have to look far.  Whether it’s a small project with a few friends or a graded assignment due,...

Public Makerspaces

Currently, makerspaces are taking off everywhere, there might even be one near you!  Some makerspaces operate under a mechanic where members pay...

Member Supported

Some makerspaces are supported by membership fees.  These are more common than free, public makerspaces so if you're looking for a makerspace near...

Spotlight

Appropriately nickednamed Headquarters, the Livingston Campus Hackerspace was once the post headquarters for Camp Kilmer during World War II.

STEM Camp

News report from ABC-13 (wmbb.com) on the Forida State University's STEM Camp, a STEM project amied at eduaction both teachers and students to foster stronger STEM activities in the classroom.  Watch the report on YouTube

DIY Inexpensive Laser Cutter with Infrared Diode

A laser cutter works by following a predefined path to cut the material underneath.  Industrial grade CO2 lasers use the “traditional method” shown below because they have sufficient power range (20-100 Watts) to cut through steel like butter.  But, of course, they’re expensive so when you need a laser cutter that’s within a DIY-ers budget, you learn to innovate...

 

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What are Makerspaces?

Makerspaces (also known as Hackerspaces, Creative Spaces, Fab Labs, Makelabs and in California - Makerhoods), according to Wikipedia,  are open community labs where members with common interests (e.g., engineering, computer programming, inventing, graphic design, etc.) gather to share resources, knowledge, career networking and build new devices.  Generally, makerspaces are designed to meet the following needs:

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