Kingston Makerlabs

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Kingston Makerlabs
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Status active
Country United Kingdom
City London

Date of founding

2013/06/20

Last Updated 2013-12-18
Website http://www.meetup.com/kingston-makerlabs/

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/kingstonmakerlabs

Twitter

https://twitter.com/KingstonMakers

Snail mail


 London
United Kingdom

Number of members

48

Membership fee

We ask for a donation each weekly meeting attended of at least £1 minimum. It is open to all, no membership needed.

Size of rooms

24m²

Members

Open to Exchanges?

no

Open to Residencies?

no

Location 51° 26' 14.892", -0° 19' 1.272"
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Kingston area group setup as a MakerSpace. This might be for you electronics project your working on, a computer project, digital art, or something related.

We have a venue in Ham. It's in a community interest groups building [0], but so long as we can also work on some stuff for the local community we can use the space.

Since the projects are of community interest only free (as in libre) open source software and open hardware is used and recomended.

There will be drop-ins from neighbours that will be be asking for help either with problems or that they want to learn new skills. These become a priority as any new visitor can be a potential Hacker.

Help is offered as DIY: you make it, you break it. The idea behind this that we are not here to do the work for you and by doing it you might find the inner hacker inside of you!


[0] http://www.hamunitedgroup.org.uk/computer-diy/

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