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== Terms and definitions ==
 
== Terms and definitions ==
Workshops are organized events where members pay (above and beyond standard membership fees) to either learn a specific skill, create a defined project, or develop a useful skill. Orientation events are free sessions that are usually required to allow a member to use a piece of equipment.
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User Groups refer to the major work areas in make717. They are usually centered around particular types of equipment. Workshops are organized events where members pay (above and beyond standard membership fees) to either learn a specific skill, create a defined project, or develop a useful skill. Orientation events are free sessions that are usually required to allow a member to use a piece of equipment.
 
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Latest revision as of 19:07, 23 June 2019

Terms and definitions

User Groups refer to the major work areas in make717. They are usually centered around particular types of equipment. Workshops are organized events where members pay (above and beyond standard membership fees) to either learn a specific skill, create a defined project, or develop a useful skill. Orientation events are free sessions that are usually required to allow a member to use a piece of equipment.

Workshops

Model Machining Workshop

Build Your Own 3D Printer Workshop

Beginning Python Programming with Raspberry Pi Workshop

Edge-lit Sign Making Workshop

Edge-lit Sign Making Workshop Page