Sign up here for this class on Thursday evenings, Sep. 7 – Sep. 28, from 6 to 9pm.
Make your own gadget, sculpture, robot, home device or any kind of invention in our state-of-the-art Makerspace. You bring your own project idea and provide most of your materials. Incidental supplies such as bits of wire, solder, glue and resistors are available in the shop. This workshop is like our “You Can Build It” woodworking program, but with maker tech and electronics, laser cutting, 3d printing and more. Guidance is available from other participants and from instructors. No experience is necessary. To fully make use of the equipment, we recommend that you take one or more of our makers classes on topics such as Arduino, Laser Cutting, Wood Turning, etc. This is an ongoing Maker course.
Maker Club resources include:
- Project advice from fellow-makers and instructors
- Laser cutters, Wood lathes, CNC, basic wood working equipment
- Electronic fabrication tools (soldering irons, etc.)
Workshop fee is $48 for 4 sessions of 3 hours each (Thursdays 6-9pm). Fee includes incidental project supplies. Drop-ins, if space available, cost $20/night. Learn more at TamMakers.org.
Suitable for ages 15 through adult. Ages 11-14 may enroll if parent also enrolls.
See the TamMakers Classes page for upcoming Maker Club workshops.
We hope to see you soon!