It has been an eventful Winter! We’ve been working on trams, HATs, robots, and this 30 day project to build a Deep Thought-themed personal assistant.
We end up working on many projects at our space, but very few have the wow factor of Light23’s humongous LED Cube chandelier.
One item that is essential to a good fabrication space is good tables. We feel that making them yourselves is by far the smartest option!
We began our first community project build just about a month ago with the making of a sleek noise pollution data collection device, dubbed “Project Noiseometer”.
Our equipment is running, our projects are in full swing, our doors are open here at MakerHQ!
We’ve been focused on designing objects to inspire and awe over here at MHQ. As always, we’re making our designs available to the general public, so that they too can become excited about what they can design and print with a 3D Printer.
If anyone wants to travel in style with a MakerHQ iphone 6 case, here is one you can print yourself! I printed mine with PolyMAX PLA, which is a filament that combines the strength and non-brittleness of ABS with the ease of printing PLA. I am not sure how a regular PLA one would turn out, but feel free to give it a try!
Nestled in a small space on a corner near the freeway in Sacramento, California, our space is just starting out its life in the community.