The MakerBar heard you like metal - now it's time to get the lead out! Use a real soldering iron to make a real project, guided by MakerBar's expert hardware hackers.
No prior experience is necessary - as long as you can tell which part of the soldering iron is the business end* you're good to go!
Come to our secret hackerspace lair, take your place at a soldering station, and get guided hands-on practice making the TV-B-Gone, the one-button universal remote that kills any television. Your ticket price includes materials - you get to take your homemade TV-B-Gone with you!
We only have a few soldering stations, so take your place while you can! This is great father-son bonding - soldering is a surprisingly safe and useful skill.
Ticket price includes all the parts you need to make your TV-B-Gone, as well as one hour of guided instruction at the MakerBar hobbyist workshop.
*It's the pointy bit. Now you have no excuse.
Zack Freedman is a co-founder of the MakerBar hackerspace, an honors graduate of Stevens Institute of Technology, and an avid hardware hacker. He has used an Arduino to build a cyborg heads-up display, create a video game controlled by a baby doll, and broadcast his brain waves over Bluetooth.
This class hasn't been reviewed yet.