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MetalShop Orientation Class 12/1 10a – 2p

Class Description: 4 participant per class
In this MetalShop class from 6p - 9p you will be familiarized with MIG and TIG welders, chop saw and drill press and the language and safety protocol involved in welding and metal fabrication. This will help newcomers to the world of metal working decide which type of welding they might like to practice. It is the opportunity to ask any question you've ever had about metal working, learn what types are out there and what their place is in fabrication. Taught by Morgan Hager
Appropriate Attire:
Safety glasses, ear plugs or muffs, long pants, closed toe shoes
Prerequisite:
No prior metalworking experience necessary.
Materials Provided:
Practice metal

Woodshop Orientation Class 11/17 2p-6p

Class Description: 5 participants per class
In this November 17th class from 2p - 6p you will learn how to safely use the planer, jointer, table saw, compound chop saw, band saw and drill press. Taught by Ben Stewart
Appropriate Attire:
Safety glasses, ear plugs or muffs, remove any jewelry, roll up sleeves past elbows, tuck in shirt tails and tie back hair.
Prerequisite:
No prior woodworking experience necessary.
Materials Provided:
Practice lumber.

MetalShop Orientation Class 11/8 6p-9p

Class Description: 3 participant per class
In this MetalShop class from 6p - 9p you will be familiarized with MIG and TIG welders, chop saw and drill press and the language and safety protocol involved in welding and metal fabrication. This will help newcomers to the world of metal working decide which type of welding they might like to practice. It is the opportunity to ask any question you've ever had about metal working, learn what types are out there and what their place is in fabrication. Taught by Morgan Hager
Appropriate Attire:
Safety glasses, ear plugs or muffs, long pants, closed toe shoes
Prerequisite:
No prior metalworking experience necessary.
Materials Provided:
Practice metal

Sewing Machine Orientation Courses

Class Description: 4 participant per class
In this TWO HOUR class students will learn how to operate domestic sewing machines. After successfully navigating the sewing needle through practice stitch guide paper the student will learn how to set up, wind bobbins and thread the machines. In this class you will make Taught by Mindy King
Appropriate Attire:
Students should not wear open toed shoes, loose clothing or jewelry and secure long hair Prerequisite: No experience necessary
Materials Provided:
Thread and practice material

Choose a class time and date
11/3 10a - 12p
11/3 2p - 4p
11/17 10a - 12p
11/17 2p - 4p

MetalShop Orientation Class 11/17 9a-1p

Class Description: 4 participant per class
In this November 17thth class from 9a - 1p you will be familiarized with MIG and TIG welders, chop saw and drill press and the language and safety protocol involved in welding and metal fabrication. This will help newcomers to the world of metal working decide which type of welding they might like to practice. It is the opportunity to ask any question you've ever had about metal working, learn what types are out there and what their place is in fabrication. Taught by Morgan Hager
Appropriate Attire:
Safety glasses, ear plugs or muffs, long pants, closed toe shoes
Prerequisite:
No prior metalworking experience necessary.
Materials Provided:
Practice metal

Metal Shop Orientation Class 10/29 6p-9p

Class Description: 4 participant per class
In this October 29th class from 6p - 9p you will be familiarized with MIG and TIG welders, chop saw and drill press and the language and safety protocol involved in welding and metal fabrication. This will help newcomers to the world of metal working decide which type of welding they might like to practice. It is the opportunity to ask any question you've ever had about metal working, learn what types are out there and what their place is in fabrication. Taught by Morgan Hager
Appropriate Attire:
Safety glasses, ear plugs or muffs, long pants, closed toe shoes
Prerequisite:
No prior metalworking experience necessary.
Materials Provided:
Practice metal

MetalShop Orientation Class 10/20 10a-2p

Class Description: 4 participant per class
In this October 20th class from 10a - 2p you will be familiarized with MIG and TIG welders, chop saw and drill press and the language and safety protocol involved in welding and metal fabrication. This will help newcomers to the world of metal working decide which type of welding they might like to practice. It is the opportunity to ask any question you've ever had about metal working, learn what types are out there and what their place is in fabrication. Taught by Morgan Hager
Appropriate Attire:
Safety glasses, ear plugs or muffs, long pants, closed toe shoes
Prerequisite:
No prior metalworking experience necessary.
Materials Provided:
Practice metal

WoodShop Orientation Class 1/12 9a – 1p

Class Description: 5 participants per class
In this WoodShop class from 9a - 1p you will learn how to safely use the planer, jointer, table saw, compound chop saw, band saw and drill press. Taught by David Wakefield
Appropriate Attire:
Safety glasses, ear plugs or muffs, remove any jewelry, roll up sleeves past elbows, tuck in shirt tails and tie back hair.
Prerequisite:
No prior woodworking experience necessary.
Materials Provided:
Practice lumber.

One on One Instruction

Class Description:
This is a Private Instruction request.
Want advanced instruction on woodworking tools or metalworking tools? Want to learn how to use a 3D printer or an industrial sewing machine?
Reserve a seat by emailing us your request. We will put you in contact with one of our instructors and you will schedule a class time with them. Fees will be discussed with the instructor.
REDUCED FEES FOR MEMBERS

Appropriate Attire:

As needed for the one on one.
Prerequisite:
As needed for the one on one.
Materials Provided:

As needed for the one on one.

3D Printing Safety Class

Class Description: Contact us to sign up
In this Come learn how to use Computer Aided Design to create and print objects on a 3D printer. You will also learn the ins and outs of 3D printers and will develop your abilities to think like an engineer/artist. By the end of this class, Makers will have designed 3D printable creations, will know the ins and outs of using a 3D printer, and will be certified to use the makerspace's 3D printer independently.
Appropriate Attire:
Casual attire will be fine.
Prerequisite:
Please bring your own laptop.
Materials Provided:
Printer filament (PLA)

WoodShop Orientation Class 11/24 9a – 1p

Class Description: 5 participants per class
In this WoodShop classfrom 9a - 1p you will learn how to safely use the planer, jointer, table saw, compound chop saw, band saw and drill press. Taught by David Wakefield
Appropriate Attire:
Safety glasses, ear plugs or muffs, remove any jewelry, roll up sleeves past elbows, tuck in shirt tails and tie back hair.
Prerequisite:
No prior woodworking experience necessary.
Materials Provided:
Practice lumber.

Metal Shop Orientation Class 11/3 10a – 2p

Class Description: 4 participant per class
In this MetalShop class from 10a - 2p you will be familiarized with MIG and TIG welders, chop saw and drill press and the language and safety protocol involved in welding and metal fabrication. This will help newcomers to the world of metal working decide which type of welding they might like to practice. It is the opportunity to ask any question you've ever had about metal working, learn what types are out there and what their place is in fabrication. Taught by Morgan Hager
Appropriate Attire:
Safety glasses, ear plugs or muffs, long pants, closed toe shoes
Prerequisite:
No prior metalworking experience necessary.
Materials Provided:
Practice metal

Events and Classes

October 2018

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
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2
  • MakerSpace TOUR
  • Industrial Sewing Machine Safety Class
  • MakerSpace TOUR
3
4
  • Intro to Biogas
5
  • MakerSpace TOUR
6
7
8
9
  • MakerSpace TOUR
  • Industrial Sewing Machine Safety Class
  • Woodshop Orientation Class
  • MakerSpace TOUR
10
11
12
  • MakerSpace TOUR
13
  • Annual ReUse Competition
  • Awards Ceremony/ MakerSpace Celebration
14
15
16
  • MakerSpace TOUR
  • Industrial Sewing Machine Safety Class
  • MakerSpace TOUR
17
18
19
  • MakerSpace TOUR
20
  • MetalShop Orientation Class
21
22
23
  • MakerSpace TOUR
  • Industrial Sewing Machine Safety Class
  • MakerSpace TOUR
24
25
26
  • MakerSpace TOUR
27
  • WoodShop Orientation Class
28
29
  • MetalShop Orientation Class
30
  • MakerSpace TOUR
  • Industrial Sewing Machine Safety Class
  • MakerSpace TOUR
31

MakerSpace course descriptions and sign-ups:


We’ve got a great line-up of classes in development, but we only recently finalized permitting required to open up our doors. We’re now developing a calendar of classes and activities including the following:

Selling on Etsy
Basic electrical/Alt. Energy application
Intro to coding (2D gaming)
Learning Your Home Sewing Machine
Biogas generation (intro to MicroBiogas generator)