What is a Makerspace?
A Makerspace is defined as a location where Maker minded individuals can gather to share interests, typically in science, mathematics, electronics, art, and/or crafting. Makerspaces are as unique as the cities they are located in. No two spaces are alike. Our vision for what we want Fort Worth Makerspace to be is a community Makerspace to support member education, projects, and to provide a member accessible workshop. We currently don’t have a space, but we are actively searching and working with the community to find one.
How do I get involved?
To get involved with Fort Worth Makerspace community is really simple. Just register for a FREE account on our website. From there, you can interact with other members through posting on our forum or messaging them directly. Most importantly with your account setup, we will be able send you the latest news and events reminders directly to your email.
Meetings and Maker Activities can be found in the News tab and/or the Facebook Page (under Fort Worth Makerspace)
Check out our News tab to keep up with current Maker updates and meetup locations. The meetup are generally in the downtown Fort Worth area.
- ACME thread cutting
- 3D Printing and Online Communities
- FCC Technician amateur radio class – June 24
- Lightning Detector
- Open House event at Plus Two Toastmasters
- Repetier firmware question on Prusa Mendel SAE w/Ramps 1.4
- HSMM-Mesh project
- Odds and ends
- Mobile Technology Special Interest Group
- Recycling plastic for filament