Looking for team members to hack their community
(Posted by: Alex on December 12, 2013, 6:39 pm)
Hey everyone, we are looking to do a few neighborhood hacks (wherever our neighborhoods may be).
Right now we are planning what to do and how to do it with the aim of doing some kind of community event in the spring.
(Posted by: Alex on October 13, 2013, 1:16 pm)
Let's use the power of 3d printing for good. Can additive manufacturing benefit a community to make better use of resources, money, and time?
I think makers can make this happen!
Team Updates: 1-2 of 2
| It's been a while since there has been activity in the group, but we are actively recruiting people to make something happen. |
(Posted by: Alex on December 12, 2013, 6:43 pm)
| I agree! It would be really great to use our combined maker powers for good :) |
(Posted by: Alex on October 24, 2013, 3:11 pm)
| This is an interesting idea, I think
there have to be so many things we
can do to make life more
sustainable. Reduce waste and reuse
(Posted by: Autobot on October 24, 2013, 2:43 pm)
Team Updates: 1-3 of 3
|Let's use the awesome power of 3D Printing and making for good.|
Many communities do not have ready access to resources and equipment: Nunavut, Alaska, remote and mountainous regions alike.
Many of our local communities could use a little extra: whether that is increasing lighting, safety, sustainability, recycling, or whatever the community needs.
Often it may be difficult or may take a long time to bring in parts, supplies, or the basic necessities for modern life. This project aims to find ways to use maker technology / ingenuity to make it possible, affordable and practical.
Let's get together and identify some things that we can do.
Join the group and let's get the ball rolling :)
Alex (Maker To Maker - Founder) - Team Leader