ATX Hackerspace

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ATX Hackerspace
Status active
Country United States of America

State or District


City Austin

Date of founding


Last Updated 2013-04-27









Snail mail

9701 Dessau Road, Suite #304
TX-78754 Austin
United States of America

Number of members


Membership fee


  • $50 per month with auto-pay, $75 month to month, discount for students & family rates available
    • "Voting Shares" cost $100 to become a Member-Owner
  • 24/7 keycard access to lounge, workshops, and class space
  • email account + local virtual host on one of our servers
  • Free shelf space
  • Access to tools that a safety class has been taken for (SBU)
  • Access to the general stock of materials and resources at a discount ( Adafruit, etc.. )
  • Free use of most tools (e.g. - Laser cutter, woodworking, etc)
  • Use of metered/cost tools at a discount ( e.g. makerbot )
  • Purchase materials at a discount (laser materials, etc.)
  • Member-Owners have voting rights at the annual, quarterly, special, and emergency member meetings


  • FREE!
  • Access to Internet, Lounge, Classroom during Open Hours/Open House ( Event Hosting Member needs to be present )
  • Code, hang out, work on projects and meet other creative hackers
  • Access to Events (full cost)
  • Signup/Attend Classes (full cost)
  • Purchase materials (full cost)
  • Use of tools and resources that require no supervision

Size of rooms


Members Eric Michaud
Location 30° 21' 14.5908", -97° 40' 18.6636"
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ATX Hackerspace[edit]

What is it?[edit]

After far too much talking and not enough doing, we've finally found a space to create some awesome projects. We have leased a new space!

We're primarily located in "Cameron Business Park" at [9701 Dessau Rd. Suite 304 Austin, TX 78754]. The space is perfect for artists, designers, engineers, hackers, fabbers, scientists, musicians, seminars and workshops, coworking, and a ton of other stuff. Anything that needs a space, involves loud equipment, messy equipment (woodworking, soldering/welding, painting), power equipment (120V, 240V, and 3-phase power available), or ventilation for fumes (etching, spray painting, varnish, etc).

More importantly, we're looking to establish a community. There are lots of different groups in Austin, and friends meeting at coffee shops, bars, and homes. If we combine skills, knowledge, ideas, tools, and materials, just imagine the massive projects that could be undertaken! Even if you're not into any of this, but want to learn, there will be some very smart and fun people around to help teach.


  • Create an open community of hackers, artists, and open source/hardware enthusiasts to create, share, learn, and collaborate.
  • Help spread knowledge to the larger community, especially in the areas of technology, DIY, security, and privacy.
  • Provide a space for creating, collaborations, workshops, and classes.
  • Provide resources (hardware, tools, materials, access, knowledge) to members and the community.
  • Assist other groups that share similar objectives.
  • Seek to enable others, and others' projects; to help break down barriers; and to avoid erecting barriers.

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