Saturday , 29 August 2015
Making News

Intel-Instructables IoT Update Aug 16

Our Intel-Instructables IoT team met at the makerspace on sunday 16Aug.  So far we have a team of 5 high school students (all Kihei Charter) working on the project.   Luke Jones, an intern on loan to makers, and Celeste Jongeneelen are leading the effort.  We established a google group forum for team communications.  If you would like to join in, ... Read More »

3D Printing–Part 1–The Basics

DSC07037

Maui Makers seems to be getting a lot of interest lately in 3D printing, so I’m going to post a few short blogs to answer some of the most common questions. If you’re interested in learning more, come by the Makerspace for a 3D-printing Special Interest Group meeting (to be announced shortly). What is 3D printing? Like most technical terms, there ... Read More »

Science Carnival a Success!

Scienc Carnival Maui Makers 3D Printing Pen

Maui Makers participated in the Science Carnival this Saturday to benefit the Maui Science Center. There was great turn-out of all ages, not just at the overall event, but even at our corner of one of the tents. There was a constant flow, never a slow moment! The Gravity Well was a huge draw for the kids; the marbles never stopped rolling. ... Read More »

Maui Makers at Maui’s Science Carnival

Join us at the Science Carnival Aug 15 from 9 to 4. We’ll have a booth showcasing why Makers Matter, and helping another local non-profit (Maui Science Center) raise funds. While our missions are different, we share a common interest in advancing science and technology, with Makers focused on teaching and empowering everyone to harness technology to make their lives ... Read More »

Public Meeting Thurs 6 August 2015

This week Thursday (6 Aug 2015) will be our monthly open public meeting 6-9pm at the makerspace (200 Waiehu Beach Rd, Wailuku HI see map in right sidebar). We have just passed our first year as a non-profit corporation and installed several new board members and officers. We have a number of activities going on this month including: kickoff of ... Read More »

Intel-Instructables IoT Contest: Enviro-Ag Kit

IntelEnv-AgKit

Maui Makers has been selected to participate in the Instructables​/Intel Internet Of Things (IoT) Edison competition. We are being sent the Environmental and Agricultural Kit and will have until (DATE TBD) to complete documentation (an instructable) on the project(s) we build. We need some members to step up and help on this. I will be off island for most of September, ... Read More »

Be a Prize-Winner! We Need Your help!

Makerspace Contest Summer 2015

Instructables.com is having a Makerspace contest, and we need your help! They are giving away $30,000 in prizes (click/tap the link for full details). Two of our four submissions were already featured as of 7/6/2015.   Let’s keep this up! It’s easy to write an instructable! Just document something you’re making.  It doesn’t have to be complex. It can be a few steps ... Read More »

CNC SIG Meeting Tuesday 30 June 2015

shapeoko desktop cnc

Our CNC Special Interest Group will be meeting on 30 June (630-830pm) to continue discussions. Meeting will be at our makerspace, upstairs at 200 Waiehu Beach Rd, Wailuku, HI. First time attendance is open to all. After that we request you become at least a Friend level member of Maui Makers. Some details on possible Autodesk Fusion360 CAD/CAM workshop will ... Read More »

Arduino Open Build Night Continues!

IMG_20140523_181938_698

Although Bob Conlon is jet-setting, the Arduino class will still be held on Thursday, June 18, 2015, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Laura Ulibarri and Pete Menningen will be facilitating the class. Come and continue your self-study on the classes, or if you are working on a project or have an idea, bring it by. Read More »

Save the Environment and Learn a Skill!

Creative Commons Recycling Symbol

We are wiring the E-lab and need your help Sunday, 14th of June 2015, noon-4pm! Learn Something New Learn how to attach the Ethernet connectors to cables to create a cable of arbitrary length. The tools and instructions are provided. The main requirement is that you not be colorblind, so you can identify the color-coded wires. Save the Environment We have some donated computers and other electronics ... Read More »

Scroll To Top
Descargar musica