Presently closed to the public due to moving.
Normal Public Hours:
THU-FRI: 2pm - 10pm
SAT: 2pm - 6pm
Knock or contact us in advance. Members have 24/7 access and can show you around.
Open to members: 24/7
LOCATION (WE MOVED!)
255 E. Liberty St., Ann Arbor, MI
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Category Archives: Events
We did it guys! Detroit Maker Faire was a total and complete success, and we made it out alive (if a little crispy from the weather which resembled something of a cross between the surface of the sun and a Louisiana … Continue reading
This week, due to the holiday, CraftsmanGuild is expecting some lowered turnout (what, you weren’t working over the weekend?), so we’ll be having Hacky Time Show and Tell. Bring your side project, or an idea for one, and we’ll all … Continue reading
It’s time for Craftsman Guild again, and once again we’ll be meeting at All Hands Active on 525 E Liberty in Ann Arbor. This week for Craftsman Guild, we’ll be delving into setting up a Linux environment which you’ll no … Continue reading
We rocked out a couple Saturdays ago at the A2 Mini Maker Faire. All told, AHA had a hand in three semi-distinct exhibits. Our own booth featured Shaun‘s brilliant drawing robot, which he demonstrated to passersby. You feed it x and y … Continue reading
I was pleasantly amazed at the success of our event at Vault of Midnight. The food and music were great, the venue was sweet, the room was packed, and we took in about $260 ($160 after splitting) at the door, … Continue reading
Pillows by Nicole Sobolak In case you haven’t heard, the makers and friends of All Hands Active have brought together a massive offering of projects for exhibition! Come join us at Vault of Midnight, in the basement at 219 South … Continue reading
All Hands Active opens early every Sunday at 10:00am to help people work, play, and learn more about the Arduino Microcontroller (and others). Don’t know what an Arduino is? Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use … Continue reading
A2MechShop graciously hosted AHA again, where about 15 members showed up to use and learn about their CNC laser cutter and PCB milling machine. Here is a picture of a breakout board we made using the PCB mill for which … Continue reading
Well AHA, I know how much you like to edit text. I get 40 or so emails a day from your smiling finger-faces in my email box, and I see Textmate and jEdit and Notepad++ open on your happy terminals when I come upon your fantastic visages in person. Continue reading