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Intro to the Wood Workshop
Sep
25
6:00 PM18:00

Intro to the Wood Workshop

Welcome to an introduction of the Wood Workshop at Malmö Makerspace. This is for you who would like to learn some basics of all the tools we have, and for you that already know how to operate tools but never used this specific space.  

We will walk you through safety and orientation, dos and don'ts and some basic guidelines on how to use our workshop, and of course all tools: 
- Disk sander
- Band saw
- Scroll saw
- Chop saw
- Drill press
- Table saw
- Nail gun
- Staple gun
- Compressor

The intro is free for all Malmö Makerspace members. If you are not yet a member you can also sign up on eventbrite and you receive a 1-months Malmö Maker Space membership online. Once you are a member you can keep on using the Wood Workshop during opening hours (for 1 month). Please register yourself via the Eventbrite Event due to limited space available. In case the event is already sold out, please see also our upcoming events.

You´ll find the entrance to Malmö Makerspace at the back side of STPLN. 

Contact info: Kevin Keul kkeul@pacbell.net 

Marcus marcusfromsweden@gmail.com

For existing MalmoMakerSpace members. Please also purchase the eventbrite ticket and we your existing membership gets extended accordingly.

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Wood Work Intro
Apr
23
6:00 PM18:00

Wood Work Intro

Welcome to an introduction of the Wood Workshop at Malmö Makerspace. This is for you who would like to learn some basics of all the tools we have, and for you that already know how to operate tools but never used this specific space. We’ll walk you through safety and orientation, dos and don'ts and some basic guidelines on how to use our workshop, and of course all tools! Please sign up for the WorkShop via the attached eventbrite Link

Registration costs 250 SEK but includes 1 month Membership.

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Metall Workshop Intro
Mar
11
6:00 PM18:00

Metall Workshop Intro

Hello all you would be metalheads,

Has metal always been a material that seemed to weird, difficult, dangerous and fascinating to work with? You’re not alone, seeing people cutting and welding in metal can be quite intimidating. But once you learn how to manipulate this material you will be able to build the strongest and sturdiest things, a cargobike, a framework, a stool, couch, you name it. What would you like to create with metal?

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