Join us for our monthly-ish Papercraft Party this Thursday: an informal gathering of people who like paper crafts. If you’re a scrapbooker, you can bring your latest project. Learn to use the Cricut to cut intricate shapes, and even your own digital drawings in SVG format! Or, get ready for the holidays by making gift wrap or garland or Christmas cards.
Not sure what to make? Come browse our new, complete collection of CRAFT: Magazines! Here’s some inspiration from the CRAFT: website:
Bring your own supplies for your intended project, but there will certainly be some sharing if you want to try something new!
Join Nick, at 4p on 11/7, as he walks the class through the very basics of how to operate each of these machines. He will cover safety, tooling, measurement, set-up & operation of the mill, lathe & precision drill press.
Nick is a self-trained machinist so he won’t have all the answers. But you will get a good overview on how to safely use the equipment for simple projects. You will also be equipped with the fundamentals to seek out further training on your own.
The class will be $5 to go toward the tooling repair fund. Please register on eventbrite.
This is a demonstation class but feel free to bring some aluminum stock to practice with after the class.
The workshop will show you how to use a pattern, basic sewing machine use, some sewing techniques to hide stitches, and how to create a puppet’s structure and features. The puppet design is a hand-and-rod style similar to a Muppet. Bring fabric if you have an idea you want to try, but lots of material will be on hand to get you started. There is no cost for this workshop, but we are suggesting a $10 donation to i3Detroit.
Come on down and join the fun!
Sparks, Fire, and Current! The class everyone has been waiting for: Welding. Bring out the torches, slap down some hot metal, spark it up and let’s weld!
On October 9th at 2pm we will be hosting our first hands-on welding workshop.
Our host has over 20 years of experience in fabrication, working on everything from automobile conveyors, to platforms, to tanks.
Welders should wear work or shop clothes without openings or gaps, to prevent arc light from reaching the skin. In fact, those even working close to arc welding should also wear protective clothing. Clothing should always be kept dry, including gloves. The clothing should also be 100% cotton. Some of the welding will produce strong IR/UV rays which will cause a nasty sunburn. You’ve been warned.
We have helmets but only a few. You cannot attend without a helmet!
This class is free to the public, though a small donation to help cover our costs is always appreciated.
Students who pre-registered: Bring $15 (or $20 if you want to help pay it forward) cash for the materials. I can also take Paypal but that sucks. Also, if you have any of the old double-thick CD jewel cases (the obnoxious ones that didn’t fit in most organizers) that you want to chop up, bring those too — you’ll see why.
Anyone who missed the registration deadline is welcome to observe, and there may be a limited number of extra kits available, but… As soon as I get my work schedule for the next few weeks, I’ll announce another round of classes. Sign up for one of those.
phone: (248) 906-8473
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