HackerSpaces

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This is a new page, give us awhile to work on it. Right now we are focusing on the links, supporting data should come in time.

These are various links to hacker ( in the sense of open source hardware hackers and DIY types ) spaces and groups. Most are non profit orginizations. If you are a member of a hacker space or group that is not listed please add it. If we have errors please fix. The listings here should be short and link to the orgnizations sites. If the orgnizations support OpenCourseWare or have Wiki's we will try to have a link to them as well as the home page of the orgnization.

This page may be too close to *List of Hacker Spaces More complete than this, do they get into OpenCourseWare? and will perhaps be merged into their wiki.


Individual Hacker Spaces

Type Link Comment
  • Hacker Space
  • Machines
  • Basic Electronics
  • Microcontrollers
  • Courses
  • Wiki
  • OpenCourseWare
AS220Labs Where Art Meets Technology A arts oriented space. Run a Fab Academy. High end machines include Laser Cutter, Milling Machine, Vinal Cutter and Makerbot CupCake. Main site is a wiki, opencourseware at: [OpenCourseWare]
  • Hacker Space
  • Machines
  • Basic Electronics
  • Microcontrollers
  • Courses
  • Wiki
NYC Resistor We Learn Share and Make Things
  • PleaseEdit
Dorkbot -- people doing strange things with electricity Local chapters all over the place, check the site above to find one near you.
  • Hacker Space
  • Machines
  • Basic Electronics
  • Microcontrollers
  • Courses
  • Wiki
CRASH space, a Los Angeles Hackerspace We are a collection of hackers, programmers, builders, makers, artists and people who generally like to break things and see what new things we can build with the pieces.
  • Hacker Space
The Omaha Maker Group, Omaha's Makerspace
  • Hacker Space
  • Machines
  • Basic Electronics
  • Microcontrollers
  • Courses
  • Wiki
Splat Space is a work, play, and hobby space where people with common interests, primarily in technology, can meet to socialize and collaborate. We are a non-profit, member-driven organization. We're located at 331 W. Main Street in Downtown Durham, and we have weekly open houses every Tuesday at 7pm. All are welcome! We are new but growing quickly. Members have a wide variety of interests from building 3D printers and CNC milling machines, to Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, to Steampunk art. We focus heavily on education and do a lot of work with a local middle school, as well as offering a wide variety of classes and workshops at the space.
  • Hacker Space
  • Machines (wood and metal)
  • 80w CO2 Laser Cutter
  • Basic Electronics
  • Microcontrollers
  • Courses
  • Wiki
Ace Monster Toys is a Hackerspace in the SF Bay Area in Oakland (quite near Berkeley and Emeryville). Our space is generally open to members and their guests, and not the general public. If you would just like to see the space or exchange greetings from another hacker space, Weekly Schedule can show you around with some advance notice.

AMT is dedicated towards education, hacking, and maker culture. We look to provide opportunities for people to learn new skills and to educate themselves in a hands-on, immersive manner. We also provide an equipped shop and workspace for our members to collaboratively work on projects. Periodically we offer classes and workshops for the public as well as our existing members.

  • Hacker Space
  • Machines
  • Basic Electronics
  • Microcontrollers
  • Courses
  • Wiki
  • Makerspace
  • Machines
  • Basic Electronics
  • Microcontrollers
  • Courses
  • 3D printing
  • CNC
West Coast Makers, Perth, Australia

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