Saturday, March 25, 2017 from 1:00 PM until 6:00 PM
Ocean State Maker Mill is happy to host the first Synth Saturday meetup at our newly-expanded makerspace in Pawtucket, RI. Whether you’re an experienced knob-twiddler, or are just curious about what this whole ‘modular synthesis’ thing is about, this is the perfect chance to gather with fellow New England synth nerds. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own synths, modules and racks. Headphones are encouraged, but we’ll also have a PA system available for a wider audio experience.
See a plethora of new Digital Fabrication machines and ask questions of digital fabrication pros at Ocean State Maker Mill and Make: Magazine’s Digital Fabrication Testing Open House! Taking place at 80 Fountain Street, Pawtucket RI, the event will be held Sunday, July 31 from 3pm – 5pm. Members of the Make: Magazine 2016 Digital Fabrication Testing Team will be present, along with new equipment being tested for future magazine publication.
Ocean State Maker Mill and Make: Magazine are proud to bring this event to Pawtucket, RI for the first time. Now in its fifth year, previous locations have included San Francisco, CA, Sebastopol, CA and Youngstown, OH.
This event is free and open to the public from 3pm – 5pm on Sunday, July 31.
Take advantage of this Open House to visit Ocean State Maker Mill, see the latest in digital fabrication equipment, and ask questions of the testing team pros. Equipment will include multiple 3D Printers, CNC Machines, Laser Cutters and Vinyl Cutters from a variety of vendors.
Go from “I’ve heard of a Raspberry Pi” to understanding how this pocket sized computer can be used to make your project come to life. Students will learn the basics fo the Python programming language so they can access the Pi’s general purpose I/O pins. Everyone will also go home with a 3D printed case to keep their Pi safe.
$40 – Includes Project Hardware, 8 GB MicroSD, Power Cable, Ethernet Cable, Case)
(Bring your Own Raspberry Pi Model A+, Model B, Model B+, Model 2B)
$80 – Includes Project Hardware, 8 GB MicroSD, Power Cable, Ethernet Cable, Case)
(We’ll provide you with a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B)
This is a class and requires a ticket to be purchased ahead of time to attend. Tickets can be purchased at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/intro-to-raspberry-pi-tickets-21391993027
This Sunday (9/20), join us for an Open House at Ocean State Maker Mill as part of Design Week RI!
From 1:00 – 4:00 pm, stop in and say hi at the Mill on Fountain (80 Fountain Street, #318, Pawtucket RI). Get more familiar with the equipment and tools of the design world, including 3D Printers, CNC machines, soldering and woodworking tools and more.
Beginners to seasoned pros, adults to youth, everyone is invited to attend this free event! We’ll see you there!
It’s the return of the Moat Boat Paddle Battle, and this time, we’re bringing it to our own coast!
After an awesome turnout at Maker Faire Bay Area in May, we’re on the lookout for East Coasters to bring their racing prowess to World Maker Faire New York on September 26th and 27th. Create your very own boat (just follow the rules), or download one of our free sample boats to get you started.
We’ll have two race classes: Youth Closed (for ages 15 and under only) and Open Class for all ages. Get all the details on each class here.
Our awesome sponsors SeeMeCNC are with us again for the World Maker Faire New York battle – and thanks to them, we’ll have Orion Delta and Rostock Max 3D printers as prizes for the winners.
Ready, set, go! Enter your boat (no walkups accepted!), and we’ll see you at the Faire!
If you’re not convinced yet, check out the video from Maker Faire Bay Area below. What are you waiting for?!?!
Join us this Saturday, August 29, at Historic Slater Mill for S.A.M. Fest! Free for everyone and open both Saturday and Sunday, with music to enjoy, food trucks, artists, vendors, and a walkthrough of Slater Mill.
Pawtucket’s very own Ocean State Maker Mill will be there on Saturday! Stop by our booth and say hi! We’ll be chatting maker culture and makerspaces, and demonstrating 3D printing with a variety of printers. A local event not to be missed!