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Interested in enjoying a bowl of made-from-scratch soup, salad, and bread and exercising the power of your vote to change the community? Please purchase tickets today to support Madison’s Sunday SOUP event on November 10th starting at 4PM at Sector67. … Continue reading
Please join us Saturday, October 12th from noon until 5pm for our 3rd anniversary celebration!
Sector67 had a surface mount soldering class on August 21st. A Lumen Electronic Jewelry Skull Kit was used by everyone. Check out Lumen’s website. First, paste was applied to the one side of the skulls. Then, the parts were applied … Continue reading
Tex Tubb’s Taco Palace, a fine local taqueria establishment right around the corner from Sector67, commissioned members from Sector67 to build a bike that mixes margaritas while you ride it. But first, they made a fake one just to troll … Continue reading
Step 1: Slowly remove the backing from the adhesive side of the Sector67 sticker. Step 2: With a friend to help you, line up the Sector67 sticker evenly, and then firmly press it sticker onto the car surface. Step 3: Slowly remove … Continue reading
We just received a shipment of parts for instructional courses on Kit Building/Learn How to Solder: The available kits we have are Drawdio, Minty Boost, Mini POV, TV-B-Gone and Red/Green LOL. Check here soon to sign up for an upcoming class.
Sector67 hosted a meeting for the Madison Region Economic Partnership (MadREP) in its new conference room. MadREP (formerly called Thrive) is “an economic development partnership for the eight-county Madison Region with a vision to create a dynamic environment where people and … Continue reading
The July monthly meeting was on Tuesday, July 2nd. Liam compiled and demonstrated an educational math software/hardware program on Raspberry Pi called Sage (it wasn’t originally built for the hardfp ARM architecture). Jacob demoed an Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset for … Continue reading
Alisa and Andrew of FeLion studios and American Skillet Company are launching a Kickstarter to fund their new project, a large scale production of a New York-shaped skillet! This is the rough, prototype version of the skillet, without the various … Continue reading
The Makership Program kicked off on Tuesday, June 25th. The Makership Program will pair students (the makers) in primary education with knowledgable Sector67 members, who will serve as their mentors. The makers will work with together with a mentor, bringing a … Continue reading