Our group is looking to liven up the action along with the ability to publicly show contributors, show progress, and give the group indicators on what the organization needs to invest in if members alone cannot assist.
Goodbye wish list, Hello “WANT IT, GOT IT, DONE” Continue reading
The WanHao 20/20 Challenge
We are looking for 20 people to commit $20 to purchase the machine for community use at the space. (People are free to donate more to reach our goal even faster!) Once the monies have been pledged, CTH will purchase and install the equipment at the space. Let’s get Printing!
CT Hackerspace Fundraiser
3D Printing Job / Gig
50 Parts – 50 Bucks Challenge
Our member Dmitriy has an option to print a total 3D printed parts for his company. In return, this could be a great opportunity as a fundraiser to help our space.
CT Hackerspace is having their Next 3D Printing Party!
Have you been wondering about 3D printing? Are you thinking of buying or building your own 3D Printer? Do you have a printer but have questions? Has your 3D printer project stalled? Do you have one and want to learn more? Join us for a fun event centered around the 3D printing revolution and join in the fun.
Event starts Sunday, February 19, 2017 at 11:00 AM
It’s winter and the air in my house is dry, humidity at about 30%. That’s too low to be comfortable. I’ve lived in my new place for less than one year so the low winter humidity hadn’t been a problem for me yet. Good thing there’s a whole-house humidifier on the forced-hot-air heating system. I’ll just turn that on, right? Wrong. I don’t think this system had ever worked since it was installed…. Continue reading
WE LOVE NEW TECHNOLOGY !
Just arriving from a kickstarter backed campaign, this is the first run prototype boards of the STEMTera Breadboard – Arduino compatible built-in breadboard. It’s the world’s first Arduino compatible built-in breadboard with Arduino shields, LEGO® bricks and native USB support.
SEE IT IN PERSON THIS WEDNESDAY NIGHT 1/25/2017
Come join us once a month to share and learn about the craft of software development, at the CT Hackerspace. We are a group of developers, programmers, hackers, creators and inventors committed to learning new coding skills, and furthering our software projects.
Get started off right in 2017. This is the year you motivate yourself to come on down. 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.
CT Hackerspace hosts Waterbury Area Gaming Society! The Waterbury Area Gaming Society is dedicated to the promotion and appreciation of gaming in all its forms. We look to provide a place for people to meet and have fun, and to share new games with each other. Gaming runs from 1:00 until everyone wants to leave! Anyone is free to come and play from any of the games we’ve brought, or bring your own to share with us. All ages are welcome – gamers under 18 please bring a parent.
Our first hosting will be on January 22nd at 1pm-10pm
I admit it, I’ve left my garage door open all night… a few times. Doing so leaves all of my precious spare parts exposed for the taking! And maybe more importantly, provides access to the inside of my house…. not a good situation. I’ve been thinking about making some sort of indicator (inside the main house) for when the garage door is open. This would alert the home owner (me) that the garage is open.
After thinking about it for a while, I believe I came up with the simplest way to do this….