HackLAB Raleigh

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HackLAB Raleigh
HackLAB logo.png
Status active
Country United States
State or District NC
City Raleigh
Date of founding 1999/08/01
Last Updated 2018-11-13
Website https://www.meetup.com/thehacklab/
Wiki https://publiclab.org/wiki/hacklab
Phone 919-891-4225
YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1AK451J7bKkJRq2qkJEv4w
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/hackLAB.live/
Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/ryandewitt/
Twitter https://twitter.com/ryandewitt
Snail mail

514 Daniels Street Suite 149
27605 Raleigh
United States

Number of members ~100+
Membership fee Financial support is by volunteer donation at https://www.patreon.com/ryandewitt. We’re a growing MakerSpace that makes unique custom products like T-Shirts and Signs and Accessories to help sponsor and support young designers.

The hackLAB is a maker mentor program in its infancy. Some background. Ryan taught at NC State Design and during Summers, Design Camp but noticed many weren't able to afford this entry-level design education opportunity at $600 wk+ so they never pursued design careers. That sucks. With others, he now mentors makers and designers students of all ages from schools, garages and art fairs. This hopefully will spark an engineering or design mind. Together, let's change young lives and keep there minds creative and happy.Property "Membership fee" (as page type) with input value "Financial support is by volunteer donation at https://www.patreon.com/ryandewitt. We’re a growing MakerSpace that makes unique custom products like T-Shirts and Signs and Accessories to help sponsor and support young designers.

The hackLAB is a maker mentor program in its infancy. Some background. Ryan taught at NC State Design and during Summers, Design Camp but noticed many weren't able to afford this entry-level design education opportunity at $600 wk+ so they never pursued design careers. That sucks. With others, he now mentors makers and designers students of all ages from schools, garages and art fairs. This hopefully will spark an engineering or design mind. Together, let's change young lives and keep there minds creative and happy." contains invalid characters or is incomplete and therefore can cause unexpected results during a query or annotation process.

Size of rooms ~500 ft2
Members
Open to Exchanges? no
Open to Residencies? no
Residencies Contact hacklablive@gmail.com
Location 35.0,-78.0


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HackLAB Raleigh919-891-4225Https://www.meetup.com/thehacklab/514 Daniels Street Suite 14927605RaleighUnited States of America1999/08/01HackLAB Raleigh3D Printer
Soldering Iron
Lasercutter
Drill Press
Oscilloscope
CNC
3D Scanner
Portable Bandsaw
Router Table
Belt Sander
Bandsaw
Tablesaw
Logic Analyzer
Surface Grinder

The hackLAB is a maker mentor program in its infancy. Some background. Ryan taught at NC State Design and during Summers, Design Camp but noticed many weren't able to afford this entry-level design education opportunity at $600 wk+ so they never pursued design careers. That sucks. With others, he now mentors makers and designers students of all ages from schools, garages and art fairs. This hopefully will spark an engineering or design mind. Together, let's change young lives and keep there minds creative and hap

hackLAB is a network of garages, small home studios, hobby closets, hackerspaces, and basement shops all over the world. We’re a growing Free Maker Group, covering topics like design software, 3D printing, game design, affordable router based CNCs, maker tools, welding, building an income by selling plans and cool useful products or just getting shit DONE.

We’re the place where you can learn new skills, meet other Makers of all ages, and use our space, tools, and technologies to turn your dreams and ideas into physical products. Our group of 60 and growing members are ready and built to foster creative collaborations between lovers of technology, art, electronics, music, robotics, mechanics, and more.

Back when Ryan the founder taught Design @NCState it seemed only the fortunate could afford the program or even afford Summer Design Camp that cost $600+ a week to get started. I launched hackLAB as an open global (digitally networked) group of amazing makers that mentor other makers, young, creative and talented. The target audience is (6th-8th) middle school and first-year high schoolers that need the nudge to pursue engineering, science, and design careers. We meet, mentor,hack and share our ideas, make videos, weekly live shows, schedule inspirational talks.

I look forward to hacking something cool with you.

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