Maker Thursday - Unleash Your Creativity Every Week!

Every Thursday, join Nadec Biju and the Tinkerspace team for an electrifying session of hands-on creativity. Whether you're a seasoned builder or a curious beginner, Maker Thursday is the perfect platform to explore, learn, and create!

"What is MakerThursday," you ask?

Maker Thursday at Tinkerspace offers a dynamic and inclusive platform for hardware enthusiasts, promoting collaboration and advancing skills in areas such as electronics, digital fabrication, 3D designing, and 3D printing.

Event Details:

  • Date and Time: Every Thursday, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Location: TinkerSpace, Location
  • Audience: Our target audience comprises individuals passionate about technology, innovation, and continuous learning.

Target Audience

  1. Enthusiastic Makers: Individuals passionate about hands-on projects, hardware development, and creative tinkering.
  2. Students: Those seeking practical experience and skills development in areas like 3D modeling, 3D printing, and hardware projects.
  3. Entrepreneurs and Inventors: Those with entrepreneurial spirits or inventors looking to prototype and develop their hardware-based ideas.
  4. Community Collaborators: Individuals looking to connect with like-minded peers, share ideas, and collaborate on creative projects.
  5. Anyone Curious About Making: Beginners or those curious about the world of making, who want to learn and engage in a supportive environment.
  6. Hiring Perspective: Shed light on what you, as a tech professional, look for when considering new talent for your team.

Expected Outcomes

  1. Skill Advancement: Participants can expect to enhance their skills in hardware design, 3D modeling, 3D printing, mechanical projects, and related areas through hands-on experience and expert guidance.
  2. Project Completion: Maker Thursday fosters a sense of community, providing opportunities for networking, collaboration, and the exchange of ideas among like-minded individuals.
  3. Innovation and Creativity: Participants are encouraged to explore new ideas, experiment with innovative concepts, and push the boundaries of their creativity, leading to the development of unique projects.
  4. Learning Environment: Maker Thursday creates a dynamic learning environment where individuals can ask questions, share knowledge, and engage in discussions, promoting continuous learning and growth.
  5. Prototype Development: Entrepreneurs and inventors can use the resources available during Maker Thursday to prototype and refine their hardware-based ideas, moving closer to turning concepts into tangible products.
  6. Increased Confidence: By actively participating in hands-on projects and collaborating with others, individuals can gain confidence in their technical abilities and problem-solving skills.

Previous Event Highlight

  • In a recent event, Rohit P, a Computer Science engineering student at CUSAT, delivered an enlightening talk on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), showcasing their applications and significance.
  • Salman and Swalah from MakerGram inspired attendees with a talk on the basics of electronics, highlighting the creative mindset essential for being a maker.
  • Resources Needed

    - Laptop (Fusion360/Solidworks installed) - Ultimate cura slicer installed - Arduino IDE installed