Stop by All Hands Active on June 29th from 2-4pm and learn how to use our WanHao i3 3D printer. Learn to print out objects from the internet, or designs of your own!
Find more information about our 3D printers on the wiki.
We’ll demonstrate the printer, how to create gcode files, and how to perform basic debugging.
Taking this class certifies you to use the machine during public hours or during member only hours without supervision. Bring the following form with you, signed – Liability
Class cost: $20 public/$10 members.
- Exact cash at the door
- PayPal (Add a note that it’s for the 3D Printer Class)
Remember to come on out to AHA tonight for a board election! If you’re a member you can vote, but even if you aren’t, you can hang out and witness some mad non-profit action! The party starts at 7pm and lasts until 10pm or when everyone goes home – hope to see you!
This Friday evening, 5-7pm, we will be bringing our 3D printers, and
some retro computing displays right down the road to the Ann Arbor Art
Center (117 W. Liberty St.) for a night of cool tech demos and art! It’s
a free event; so come check it out, enjoy a cool beverage, and take in
some of the art on display there.
More info here:
And FB event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2124682654491578/
See you there!
Stop by All Hands Active on Friday June 7th from 3pm-7pm for Ann Arbor Tech Trek!
Take a tour of our shop and see displays of what our members and the community have been working on, including: Arduino projects, electric race cars, retro-computing, art and jewelery, 3D printing, robotic hands and more! Learn how you can become a park of All Hands Active!
Hope to see you there!
Elections for the next Board of Directors are coming up! Beginning today is the
nomination period for prospective Directors. We are looking to fill three of our
Board positions during this election (see the list below).
We are an official 501(c)(3), and our current goals are to attract new members,
interesting projects, and exciting workshops to the new space. We need to build
the community of makers and hackers that use our workshop. If you think you can
help us achieve this very important objective, please consider running for the
Board of Directors! A Director’s term is one year long.
It’s pretty slippery out there, so we’ve told our volunteer to stay home for the night. We anticipate being open tomorrow, and the rest of the weekend as scheduled.
We will be canceling public hours for Friday, February the 9th due to anticipated snowpocalypseageddon. There’s a chance things will remain ugly throughout the weekend, so stay tuned here for any further announcements of snow-related public hours cancellations. Keep safe and warm if you venture out!
The hard work of Daniel Dugan to design and produce a new prosthetic thumb for Pete Blanshard of Antelope Antiques and Coins (right next to AHA!) has made the news.
The full article can be read here.
Special thank you to Daniel for his work and helping generate some good news in the world!
We will be closed to the public for the next couple weeks, starting tonight (the 16th) through the 3rd of January. Happy holidays! We’ll see you in 2018.
Our traditional “Election Potluck Build Night” will be happening this Thursday the 16th, from 7:00PM to 10:00PM (or until folks decide to go home).
We’ve had exactly three nominees agree to take on our three available Director positions for this term, so there will be no election this time around. However, come out anyway with a dish to pass, and get to know your fellow AHA members!