Columbia Gadget Works was established in 2010 and has been building projects and experience ever since. We've grown from a group that met on random weeknights in our member's homes into a full blown hackerspace. Our shop, located just north of downtown in a building managed by Creative Spaces LLC, is where our members now regularly meet and build.
We have members interested in woodworking, robotics, rapid prototyping, electronics, CNC machining, software development, and anything in between. If you need advice for the project you're working on, you'll find someone to talk to here. Our shop has tools to help you in any area of your build, and our members are happy to share tips and tricks on how to use them.
Ready to get involved? Head on to our membership page to learn about joining and supporting our organization, along with some of the benefits you'll get as a member. You can also join the CGW Google Group to take part in discussions about all things hacker related. Or check out our Meetup page to find out about any upcoming events we have scheduled.
If you'd just like to check out the space and maybe meet some of us, please drop by for one of our Open Hack Nights. Every Thursday at 7:00pm, we open our doors to the public and try to get our weekly dose of social interaction. Members often come out to work on projects, show off projects, ask questions, or just hang out with fellow makers and hackers. You are more than welcome to meet us, ask questions, or just look around at what we have to offer.
We had a great Hack meeting at Shop in the Woods Thursday night. Brad had the 3D printer printing and the laser cutter cutting. Luc, Alex and Keenan were working on the wooden iphone project. This is kind of a fund raiser, awareness project. Luc and Keenan have 9 orders…
This is the wooden iPhone that Luc and Alex have been working on