What’s going on in Sector67 right now!


Interested in stopping out? Please check the calendar to see if we’re open or call 608-241-4605 if you have questions.


Sector67 is a Community Workspace / Hackerspace / Makerspace / Collaborative Environment in Madison, WI dedicated to providing members the opportunity to work on tomorrow’s technology; to build, collaborate, learn, and teach about next generation devices.

Artist? Engineer? Programmer? Sculpter? Tinkerer? Hobbyist? RC Enthusiast? Maker? Builder? Prototyper? Business Person? Thinker? Visionary? Entertainer? Designer? Writer? Hacker? – We’d like to give you a place to work and discover new ideas.


We have a little over 19,320 square feet at 56 Corry St (Atwood Neighborhood on the near east side), feel free to stop out during hours posted on the calendar or call 608-241-4605 to see if anyone is here. Full memberships are 100/month, 50/month for college students. This membership gives you access to the space, tools, and equipment you’ve been trained to use. We offer a la carte classes for more sophisticated equipment like welders, mills, lathes, 3D printers; and require a shop safety/orientation class to keep the insurance companies happy and you safe. Most classes are (roughly) flat rate 20/hour.

Video Tour

This tour is from September 2014:

Office Space

Looking for a great environment to launch your business? Sector67 is leasing desk space in a shared office environment for 200/month (cost includes a membership) for a 7′ x 7′ dedicated workspace. We also have 4′ dedicated desks for 150/month (cost includes a membership). Amenities include parking, “land line” telephone, wired/wireless internet, access to a conference room, business mailing address, lots of whiteboard, full workshop/machine shop access, and the potential to collaborate with other Sector67 members to get your business moving forward. Stop in for a tour and learn more about the benefits of working from Sector67.


Yes, we do have co-working space available anywhere in the shop or meeting spaces. We offer first come, first serve day-to-day workspace whenever key-carrying full members are present. Co-working membership includes internet access and the opportunity to pull up a seat where space is available; cost is currently 30/month and requires automatic payment (ACH, bill pay, or PayPal) – please contact us if you’re interested in learning more about this opportunity.


We have lots of equipment, it’s not all listed here.

  • Welding/Casting:
    • Thermal Dynamics Dynapack 110 plasma cutter that can sever cut 3/8″ metal
    • Tormach 4′ x 4′ CNC plasma cutter with Hypertherm Powermax 65A Torch
    • Omax 2626 40kpsi waterjet cutter 24″ x 24″ bed area
    • [Sold]Lotos 80A plasma cutter on a CNC gantry
    • Acetylene torch, including brazing, cutting, micro heads
    • Air-Acetylene torch
    • [Sold] HFT flux core MIG welder
    • Miller 175 MIG welder with Miller aluminum spool gun
    • Miller Millermatic 250 MIG welder
    • PowCon 300st DC TIG welder with stick welding clamp
    • Miller Syncrowave 200 TIG welder with watercooled torch and stick welding clamp
    • Miller Dialarc HF TIG welder with watercooled torch and stick welding clamp
    • Propane powered portable furnace for batch melting aluminum or bronze
    • TP Tools 976 Sandblaster
  • Plastics:
    • Gingery drill press mounted injection molder (thumb sized shot volume)
    • [Sold] Boy 50T automatic plastic injection molder
    • [Retired] 1.75mm plastic extruder for 3D printer filament
    • Arburg automatic plastic injection molder (pneumatic ram system – thumb sized shot volume)
    • Vacuum former
    • Plastic Welder
    • 21″ Heat bender (heats acrylic/polycarbonate to form)
    • 32″ Heat sealer for sealing bags
  • Mechanical:
    • Drill Presses
    • Enco manual mill
    • [Sold]CNC Lathe with LinuxCNC stepper controls
    • Pair of CNC Mills, Webb Champ 4 mills with LinuxCNC 3 axis and 4 axis CNC servo controls
    • Tormach PCNC 1100 mill with automatic tool changer and flood coolant
    • Tormach 15 Slant-PRO CNC Lathe
    • Air Compressors
    • Miter Saw
    • Automotive jacks and jack stands
    • Abrasive 14″ chop saw
    • Overhead hoist
    • [Donated to the Madison Science Museum] pair of 5.5kg payload 6 axis robot welding arms
    • Engine hoist
    • Jet 13″ swing 36″ bed manual lathe
    • High speed spindle engraving mill with LinuxCNC stepper controls
    • JD2 Model 32 Hydraulic Bender – have 3/4NPT 180* 3.5″ radius die
  • Automotive:
  • Woodworking:
  • 3D Printing:
    • Makerbot Replicator
    • 11 x Flashforge Replicator clones
    • Makerbot Thing-o-matic
    • Two Makerbot Cupcake CNC
    • Lulzbot Mini
    • Lulzbot Taz
    • Two Printrbot Simple Metal
    • Felix 3 Dual Extruder
    • Makergear M2
    • [Retired] Small form factor SLA resin printer (not reliable)
    • Custom built giant 3D printer
    • [Retired] RepRap Mendel Platform
    • [SOLD] ZCorp Z406 powder printer
    • [SOLD] 2 x ZCorp Z510 powder printer
    • [SOLD] ZCorp Z310 powder printer
    • [SOLD] Stratasys Dimension bst 768 printer
    • Usually a few other printers floating around
  • Electrical:
    • Many dual channel 100MHz oscilloscopes
    • FLIR EX320 Thermal Camera
    • TL866CS USB Universal Programmer with 9 Adapters
    • J-link V8 ARM Emulator ARM7 ARM9 ARM11 Cortex-M3 ADS IAR STM32 JTAG Programmer
    • Four channel 300MHz oscilloscope
    • High speed spindle circuit board engraving mill with LinuxCNC stepper controls
    • Rigol DS1052E two channel digital storage oscilloscope enabled to 100MHz
    • Saleae Logic Analyzer
    • Soldering Equipment – SMT and through-hole
    • Circuit board etching, either cupric chloride or mechanical engraving (most common now)
    • Function Generators
    • Lots of sorted but uninventoried components, good luck 🙂
    • Bench power supplies
    • 18650 style battery tab spot welder
    • Battery internal resistance tester
  • Art/Textiles/Jewelry/Glass:
    • Brother PE800 CNC Embroidery machine
    • [Retired] Melco SuperStar single head 6 needle embroidery machine and Embird software
    • Pfaff (straight) and Bernina (zig zag) industrial sewing machines
    • Pile of conventional home-style sewing machines
    • 3 Sergers, including a Janome 1100D
    • Janome CoverPro 1000CP coverlock sewing machine
    • Sturges Etching Press (works great with laser engraved plates)
    • Pottery wheel (go bug Midwest Clay Project!)
    • Kilns
    • Silk screening equipment, we have a bare four station press
    • Major/minor oxy-propane torch for glasswork and small lampworking torch
    • Gear reduced flat rolling mill
    • Powered electric flat rolling mill
  • Laser Cutting:
    • G. Weike 1290 CO2 Laser cutter – 1200 x 900 mm bed – 150W with homemade rotary table
    • 1480 Laser Cutter – 1400 x 800 mm bed – 150W with rotary table
    • [Sold]1 x 100W & 2 x 50W YAG fiber laser welders
    • Full Spectrum 30W CO2 Laser cutter
    • [Retired] Preco Eagle 110 / Laser Machining Inc. (LMI) 130W (peak) flowing gas tubes and supplies
  • Office:


We have some metal/plastic/wood stock, an organized selection of a wide range of hardware, tons of electronics components (including LCD screens, Arduinos, LEDs, etc.), discarded commercial and industrial equipment to be repurposed, and lots of consumer products including giant boxes of wall-warts, power cords, DB9/DB25 cables, USB cables, ethernet cables, etc. Materials are available to members at cost of our acquisition, non-members at a mark-up.


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