Are you a new member of Twin Cities Maker? You've probably got some questions. Bring them along and get some answers!Have you been a member of TCMaker for a while? Come by and meet some new people, and answer some questions! (And maybe ask some yourself...)
Every new member, from expert wood workers to people just beginning, who wish to use the Wood Shop Needs to go through this orientation to Learn:
1) Proper procedures to use the SawStop, Miter, and Planer (Being a Community Wood shop, there are some special items that each member needs to know on these machines)
2) In depth tour of the Wood Shop - Get a sense of the "organization" of the shop to aid in finding tools
3) Wood Shop Policies and Best Practices
Open to everyone, an few hours of each month of discussion and practice of locksport: the study of locks, lockpicking and other aspects of physical security. Bring your picks, and practice locks, or borrow some from us. No experience necessary.
This event is open to TCMaker members and their guests. No, not catfishing. In this case “noodling” means "improvise or play casually on a musical instrument”, and that’s what we’ll be doing. Maybe we’ll all learn a song or two, or maybe we’ll just make more or less musical noises. All instruments welcome, including voices, hands, and feet. All skill levels welcome, from newbies to seasoned professionals.