We’ve still got room in Sunday’s 3D Printing class! You’ll learn how to use our Makerbot printers, how to design your own 3D models and use others’ models, and what to worry about when buying your own 3D printer. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.
Your instructor will take you through key concepts of 3D printing, demo the technology on our printers, and lead the class through the design process of creating a model and preparing it to print. We’ll talk about creating functional objects, creative objects, available materials, print reliability, and compare various printer models and features. Get tickets while there’s still room!
Our next laser cutting class is coming up on January 13th. Learn to use our Epilog 60W laser cutter and get laser-certified so you can come back and use it at our public Craft Nights.
Our laser can cut and etch materials like wood, acrylic, paper, and even pie.
We partied ourselves out last night. No Craft Night today.
Happy New Year’s everyone!
We’re throwing a special NYE Craft Night at NYC Resistor!
All usual Craft Night shenanigans welcome, whether that’s knitting/soldering/whatever projecting you want. We’ll be starting at 8pm and going til…whenever.
Bring your projects, bring your friends, most importantly – bring yourself.
87 3rd Avenue
Brooklyn NY 11217
We’re offering a brand-new intro to programming class on December 10th! Tickets available here.
Want to get started with physical computing? Learn to program an Arduino and interact with the physical world on Saturday, December 16th! In our Intro to Arduino: Sensors and Input/Output class, we’ll cover an introduction to Arduino and learn how to manipulate outputs based on sensor inputs.
Learn to solder at our next intro class on November 12th. In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how to use a soldering iron safely and effectively, and get plenty of practice with both soldering and desoldering techniques. We’ll be soldering up some Game of Life kits – LED tiles that generate nifty animations. No previous experience is required, making this introductory workshop a great choice for anyone who’s curious about getting started with hardware tinkering! All materials will be provided.