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So what is a Hackerspace

In general, hackerspaces function as centers for peer learning and  knowledge sharing, in the form of workshops, presentations, and lectures. They usually also offer social activities for their members, such as game nights and parties. Hackerspace’s can be viewed as open community labs incorporating elements of machine shopsworkshops, and/or studios where hackers can come together to share resources and knowledge to build and make things.

Many hackerspaces participate in the use and development of free softwareopen hardware, and alternative media. They are often physically located in infoshopssocial centersadult education centers, public schools, public libraries, or on university campuses, but may relocate to industrial or warehouse space when they need more room.

read more about hackerspace on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hackerspace

Coffs Hackerspace

Coffs Hackerspace was Founder by Alexie Lickiewicz after she moved back to Coffs Harbour after a workplace injury to find value in her life and to inspire ours into learning and building. Starting out with a few local small business’s help Alexie has grown the Hackerspace from one person with a vision to a thriving community group holding weekly meetups for adults and kids. With interests from electronic’s, programming, wearables and robotic’s to wood working and metal working.

The Future

We have great aspirations for the hackerspace. We are keen to get more specialty equipment, running of job shop, providing Researcher and Development for rapid prototyping and product development and keeping alive artisan trades like Blacksmithing, lead lighting,  But first we are need of a Larger premise which we are trying to raise funds for.

If you are interested in helping out with sponsorship or donation please check out our Sponsor page.

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