Creaking the door open and dusting off the cobwebs as CT Hackerspace opens for Open Space after state mandatory restrictions start to be lifted.Member and Non-Members are free to attend our (always informal) Open Space Night. It’s time to work on your project, hang out with the group or just check out the space. We have a plethora of tools and knowledgeable people at your disposal. Come visit and join in the fun, We look forward to meeting you and having you part of our community!
As additional cases are confirmed across the U.S., we want you to know that the CT Hackerspace team continues to monitor news and public information sources including Centers for Disease Control (CDC); World Health Organization; and state and local health departments for the communities that we are proud to be a part of.
As of now, nothing has changed with our meetings. If you feel uncomfortable, have traveled within the last month, or you are feeling under the weather, we suggest declining to visit the space at this time. We are also closely monitoring each day, and will notify you if this status changes.
After taking Mom out for breakfast, join us at CT Hackerspace as member Jason will take you through a thorough step by step process to add a Kodi Media Center on your own Hardware, regardless of what it is!
You’ll learn the basics of using molten metal to make electronics projects come to life. You’ll also learn some basic techniques for removing soldered components. This introductory class is to help those with low or no soldering experience. By the end of class, you will have gained practical knowledge of many electronic components, along with gaining a proficiency in soldering.
**3/6 Update: By popular demand and to open availability, a second talk is now scheduled at 3pm! **
Attention all makers! CT Hackerspace is proud to host a public talk and workshop by nationally renowned speaker Joel Leonard, the “Maker’s Maker” on Sunday, March 8, 2020. Starts at 10 AM
CT Hackerspace, a community workshop in Watertown, Connecticut, welcomes everyone interested to attend this special event. This is a free event, as CT Hackerspace continues it’s 10 year anniversary celebration.
CT Hackerspace will be providing those who attend free sensors to add their own projects as well as raffling off a new official Arduino UNO Super Starter Kit to one of the attendees – One of the most popular microcontrollers in use.
There are no prerequisites for this class other than having a computer and being able to operate it. Cost of this class is $225, and this INCLUDES the cost of the Prusa i3 3D printer kit. A registrant can be individual, team build, or family.
***2/26 UPDATE : CTH MEMBERS RECEIVE $25 DISCOUNT!!*** *You will not be fully registered for this workshop until payment is complete by submitting $225 Cash or Check (Payable to Paul Langdon) at CT Hackerspace OR $225 paypal is sent to Paul Langdon (contact CTH for email)