Hacklab is a nonprofit organization founded in 2013 to promote and support the Maker Movement. What’s that you ask? Many of your parents and grandparents remember when people actually made things…from scratch, or by reusing or recycling, and using whatever tools were available. They had an idea or needed a product, and they designed and built what they needed when they needed it. The do-it-yourself (DIY) culture ruled.
Hacklab’s 2400 sqft makerspace is designed to host meetings, classes, workshops, and events, and to share tools, technologies, talent, and expertise to enable technologists, designers, artists, tinkerers, musicians, hobbyists, and professionals of all ages to come together and turn their creative ideas into finished products.
Hacklab’s technology, tools and equipment are primarily focused on electronics; microprocessing; rapid prototyping (CAD/3D printing/CNC laser); robotics; and woodworking.