Our woodshop looks to appeal to a wide range of users whether you want to produce hand-crafted items to sell, make gifts for friends and family (or yourself), or have simply always wanted to learn to use tools. Are classes will help the complete novice gain a comfort level with multiple tools while we guide you through basic projects; more advanced classes to explore the full capabilities of different tools are in the works.
Members may begin the checkout process by reviewing the Woodshop Orientation document and answering several basic questions in an “open book” format. Contact the #woodshop channel in our Slack community.
Come enjoy the larger or niche machines and work surfaces you don’t have at home, try something new, or come for the yarn companionship on our community making nights!
Awaiting your hands:
- Four color CNC embroidery machine
- Fleet of four sewing machines with multiple pre-programmed stitching options
- Tabletop loom and assorted lap looms
- Multiple work surfaces, large cutting mats, and rotary tools
- Cricut cutting tool for vinyl, transfer media, fabric and paper creations
- Pressing station, drying racks, round looms, knitting needles, crochet hooks, and yarn, yarn, yarn!
Our prototyping and electronics shop is available for the casual hobbyist that just wants to 3D print fun stuff or the inventor looking to test drive a mockup of their idea… and everyone in between. We offer weekly checkouts on our equipment and frequent classes in a range of topics from Soldering for Electronics and Developing in the Arduino IDE.
- 3D Printers
- Laser Cutters
Our machine shop is small but mighty. While we currently only do cold metal (no welding inside our current space), we have a mill and lathe as well as sheet metal and sand blasting equipment.
Our bike shop is available to do most basic bicycle repair. Commonly booked in the spring and summer, it’s available year round. Proudly sponsored by Pedros North America