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Our aim is to continue to offer a place to garden to people recovering from mental illness. NOG is open on Wednesdays & Sundays from 9am - 12noon through the hot summer months & 10am - 2pm through the less sweltering months of the year.
We specialize in rapid prototyping and concept validation, as well as smaller production runs and manufacturing of intricate parts.
FDM [Fused Deposition Modelling] | SLA [Stereolithography] | SLS [Selective Laser Sintering] | Polyurethane Moulding | Silicone Part Production
When: Library hours Where: Te Matariki Clendon Library, 17 Palmer’s Road Contact: 09 269 0500 Available: 2 x microphones 5 x PCs with Ubuntu Studio
When: Sunday mornings 10.30 - noon for the family-friendly Digital Club. Other times available by appointment Where: Waiheke Library, 131-133 Ocean View Road, Oneroa, Waiheke Island Contact: (09) 374 1325 or email email@example.com Available: 1 x Ultimaker 2 3D printer 11 x Cubelets Robotics kits 2 x MaKey MaKey kits 5 x iPad Airs XBox 360 ... and a range of crafts and other activities!
Where: Level 1, Central City Library, 44-46 Lorne Street Bookings: Booking online to sign up for one of our workshops or to use our equipment. We recommend calling 09 890-2417 or emailing us if you wish to use the 3D printer. Contact: 09 890-2417. Available: 1 x Ultimaker 3D printer 3 x PCs running open source software (e.g., Audacity, Openshot, Gimp, Blendr) 1 x Sphero robot
Communication & Technology Collaborative Space. Where enterprising people & ideas come together. Providing the facilities & connections you need to thrive.
Our aim is to keep things simple, efficient and local so that our customers can focus on rapidly developing their prototypes.
What kind of technologies/capabilities can you incorporate in your prototyping? The heart of our prototypes consists of microcontrollers that control input and output pins.
Graphic Design, Signage Management, Signwriting, CNC File Setup, Events and Exhibitions Design, 3D CAD Visuals, 3D Scanning, 3D Printing and Prototyping
Mission We are a 2D/3D creative design company, specialised in 3D CAD visualisations, 3D printing and 3D scanning, as well as 2D graphic design and signage management.
Our main focus is to come up with fresh ideas for all kinds of purposes and needs, and support these ideas with our 2D/3D design and print facilities to turn them into reality!
Please feel free to contact us if you want anything designed and created for your commercial or personal projects.
Colab is the collaboratory for Design and Creative Technologies at the Auckland University of Technology (AUT), New Zealand.
Our aim is to encourage researchers, students and stakeholders to imagine, construct, articulate and navigate rapidly changing social, economic, technological and career environments.
Need something 3D printed or scanned? Need a 3D printing and scanning workshop for your D.I.Y project? 3D Hobby Club is the place for you, come join us! Long Description 3D Hobby Club is New Zealand's first membership-based 3D printing D.I.Y workshop where everyone is welcome.
We offer: - 3D Printing in-store and online (Email us your models) - 3D Scanning and Post Processing - Mini-Me (We'll scan you and print you) - Workshop for hobbyists and tinkerers to experiment in
The Mind Lab is an inter-disciplinary lab designed to contexualise education in a 21st century setting. Programmes are available for children and teachers Long Description The Mind Lab is an inter-disciplinary learning lab designed to contexualise education in a 21st century setting, reflecting best practice teaching methodologies and authentic technology integration to develop skills and knowledge.
While science, technology and discovery are the three pillars of the lab there is a strong focus on convergence between disciplines and blending low tech and high tech approaches to problem solving. Robotics, invention, stop motion animation, gesture based computing, coding and electronics are just some of the many areas used to help facilitate and spark innovation.
The Mind Lab directly responds to the changing role of education and the skills required for the future. Within The Mind Lab the process of creative and technical development includes learning how to test, fail and fix, and the concept of prototyping is promoted. The Mind Lab is committed to the next generation of makers, doers, inventors and creators who will shape the future with new ways of working, thinking and living. While technology is utilised throughout the lab, all technologies are seen as ‘tools of the trade’ rather than being used as consumer based products.
Outside the core programmes and workshops run for children The Mind Lab is committed to the continual development of the teaching profession to help teachers develop new ways of integrating technology and hands-on, project-based-learning in the classroom. The creative environment in the lab has been designed to stimulate creativity, to facilitate open exchange of ideas and to provide an inclusive, sharing space for authentic learning. Mission To inspire students and teachers and to engage them in active, hands on learning that focuses on discovery and technical innovation.
Auckland Council in partnership with the Puketapapa Local Board, have launched the Puketapapa Creative Lab as the first digital learning space co designed in collaboration with the community.
In order to design a digital space that provides value and meaning to the community, an Empowered Communities Approach (ECA) model is being rolled out. The Creative Lab hopes to function and respond to the communities needs and aspirations. The Creative Lab will be operated by both staff and a local collective which have the skills and expertise to run digital projects. The Creative Lab will allow users to be connected, learn, and experiment with the digital resources offered in the space. The space features: - Video Editing software - Music Recording Studio Equipment - 3D Printer - Vinyl Cutter - Green Screen + Photography Equipment - All-In-One touch screen computers - Mobile Laptops - Furnishings assembled by students at Wesley Intermediate and various community groups.
The Creative Lab aims to amplify community-led efforts that nurture innovative learning, foster cultural connections, and cultivate employment opportunities. This funky and innovative space is co-designed by the Puketapapa Local Board, Auckland Council, the Roskill community, and many other local partners.
This space is available for groups to use for digital learning. For more information please contact: Nyrene Crowley - firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Second and fourth Fridays of every month, 3.30pm to 5pm, school term only Where: Birkenhead Library, corner Rawene Rd and Hinemoa St Contact: 09 486 8460 Available: 2 x 3D pen 2 x MaKey MaKey invention kit 1 x Snap circuit 4 x iPads
Dunedin Makerspace is a shared workshop where everyone is invited to work and create. We work in many different disciplines, learning new skills from those alongside us and sometimes doing projects we could not do ourselves. We want to see electronics, craft, art, programming, engineering, cooking and all other types of creative enterprise happening at our workshop. The Dunedin MakerSpace crowd are a friendly bunch and someone will usually be happy to give you a hand.
A Makerspace, sometimes called Hackerspace, is both a physical place and a community. What binds the community together is the joy of making things. There is no limit on what “things” can mean in this context, many makerspaces have a bias towards electronics or physical computing projects but it can, and should, include working with wood, fabric, food, glass, metal, beer or projects that include all of those… anything that can be made, discussed, refined and tinkered with.
We're bringing a Fab Lab to Masterton to equip our whole community with 21st century skills, and make Wairarapa a place where hi-tech people live! Long Description Welcome to our Facebook page! We'll aim to connect with our supporters, advocates, friends and anyone interested in our work and would love you to be a part of this community.
We encourage you to share your views and respect the views of others You are responsible for the material and comments you post We will remove spam and unauthorised advertisements You participate at your own risk, taking personal responsibility for your comments, your username and any information provided We will reply to comments at our discretion We reserve the right to delete posts at our discretion The appearance of external links or comments on this page does not constitute official endorsement on behalf of Fab Lab Masterton.
Thank you for being a part of our online community!
If you have difficulty sleeping, it may be a symptom of sleep apnea. Lots of people deal with this condition every day, and it is often a problem that is quite unpleasant to manage. But the good news is that there are effective treatments out there. Read this article to learn some basic information about recognizing and treating sleep apnea.
If you suffer from sleep apnea, you should use a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machine while sleeping. This will help you treat your sleep apnea and get you on the path to having a full nights sleep. This machine uses either a face or nasal mask to pump air while you sleep.
If you have sleep apnea, yet you drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes, quitting could alleviate your symptoms. Both smoking and drinking promote relaxation of the airways causing sleep apnea and excessive snoring. If you avoid these things, it may help your sleep apnea.
Avoid drinking alcohol to excess. Your muscles are relaxed by drinking alcohol. You may want to feel more relaxed, but it can exacerbate your apnea. When your throat muscles relax, your airway narrows and causes sleep apnea. If you're not going to give up alcohol, then just don't do it right before bedtime.
If you tend to snore a lot and have difficulties staying asleep, you should go see your doctor right away. You might have a condition known as sleep apnea: find an effective treatment so you can get enough sleep and go through your daily activities without being held back by your health problem.
Check if a corrective device can help alleviate your sleep apnea symptoms. Having an overbite, an undersized jaw or a recessed chin can cause your airway to be more narrow because of how your jawbone is set. These devices help create proper alignment of your jaw while you sleep, opening up your airway more. As a result, you experience fewer sleep apnea symptoms.
If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, it is important to avoid drinking alcohol. Alcoholic beverages will relax the muscles in your throat, which makes it more likely that they will block your airway during your sleep. At the very least, avoid any alcoholic beverages in the evening before you get ready for bed.
Avoid any type of drugs or alcohol if you are experiencing any type of sleep apnea. Drugs and alcohol will slow down your respiratory system, and that is known to be one of the causes of sleep apnea. If you are struggling with this issue, try to get some professional help to overcome these addictions.
If you are a trucker who has sleep apnea, take precautions to stay safe on the road. First of all, get yourself properly diagnosed and treated. If your doctor prescribes a CPAP, use it. They are small and easily portable and can run on battery power if necessary. Try to stay fit and get regular sleep to keep your condition under control.
Make no mistake, sleep apnea is one of the most disruptive conditions a person can have, largely due to its ability to rob sufferers of the sound sleep they need to stay healthy. The best way to effectively deal with the condition is to understand it completely. Keep the information in this article handy in order to stay on top of this dangerous condition and reclaim peace of mind.
Do you have a product or prototype idea you’d like to make a reality but don’t have the knowhow or access to the right designers?
The Wellington Makerspace is a full design and build agency that can do all the prototyping, design¸ and production for your business or personal projects!
We also offer:
• Equipment Rental & Sales to Schools • Introductory Workshops for Adults - Laser Cutting & Engraving - 3D Printing - Creating Graphics for Laser, CNC Router or Vinyl
Explore our website at www.WellingtonMakerspace.com
Our team also has a passion for helping kids learn by making through our charitable arm, the Makerspace Trust. We offer classes for children ages 8-18 and provide professional development for teachers looking to bring making into the classroom throughout the Wellington region.
Discover more at www.MakerspaceTrust.org
Cost: Free (though there may be a small charge for 3D printing filament)
A makerspace is a place where people can come together to innovate and create using information, resources and tools provided.
You can play, tinker, explore, and meet others with similar interests.
The Whau Makerspace is a collaboration between New Lynn, Avondale and Blockhouse Bay libraries. We have a bunch of cool equipment which we swap around the libraries at least once a month (more frequently during school holidays).
At any given time each of the libraries will have one of the following sets of equipment:
Find out when each type of equipment is available at your library:
Fab Lab Chch is a community digital fabrication workshop that supports grass-roots innovation. Our goal is to empower people to become the makers and creators of their own world.
The renewal of Christchurch's built environment has activate a range of fresh thinking and innovation around the way we engage with our urban landscape. Fab Lab Chch seeks to capture this innovative thinking and offer citizens a platform to bring their ideas to life
Established in January 2013, we share a love of the arts and the vibrant community of creative people who contribute towards the diversity of this space.
CPAS prides itself on offering specialised professional courses to children and adults in focused areas of drama, music, dance, visual art and creative technologies.
Taught by industry professionals, using state of the art equipment, in world class facilities, and with strong relationships to the industry, we provide inspiring opportunities for our people to access and make a life in the creative and performing arts.
Rata Studios operates out of the incredible Scots College Creative and Performing Arts Centre.
We are a hub for makers, artists, techies, geeks, activists and the like.
We specialise in 3D Printing, Product Design, Craft, and Tech Consultancy. Long Description Welcome to Utopian Crafts.
Utopian Crafts is a Maker Space, Retail Shop and Digital Manufacturing startup.
We specialise in 3D Printing, 3D Modelling, Graphic & Product Design, Art, Crafts, Photography and Technology Consultancy.
There is a whole lot to us:
We are ever evolving as a hub, if you have any ideas or want to get involved, get in touch!
MOTAT opened in 1964 and since then has been explored and enjoyed by millions of visitors. MOTAT is New Zealand's largest transport and technology museum with a focus on creating an interactive and educational experience for its vistors. Long Description The largest museum of its kind in New Zealand, MOTAT offers a fun, interactive, and educational experience. Explore our fascinating exhibitions telling stories of the history and development of New Zealand transport, technology and Kiwi ingenuity.
Visit the original Pumphouse, wander through our historic village or ride the heritage tram to our Aviation Display Hall which houses one of the largest aviation collections in the Southern Hemisphere.
Kids are well-catered for with interactive examples, hands-on technology zone plus our Tinkering Tots gallery which is designed especially for under 5’s.
MOTAT has something for everyone and is known as one of Auckland’s best value attractions. With regular events, school holiday experiences and monthly Live Days, visit www.motat.org.nz to find out what is on at MOTAT for your next visit.
We like to build stuff, we sell stuff too and are pretty happy to help you find what you need for your next project. We're good like that :)
Long Description MindKits are known for being the Arduino and electronics specialists in New Zealand. Their fantastically friendly service and great knowledge also made them pretty much a one stop shop for advice and great electronics supplies for professionals and hobbyists. They also love to help so if you have questions, ideas or just need a hand - sing out. They're here to help.
MindKits was established in December 2008 by Tim Carr after seeing a lack of sites supporting New Zealanders in learning robotics and physical computing. After working away Sundays tinkering Tim decided it was time there was a site that not only sold robotics kit, sensors and Arduinos but was a place for a community around robotics to grow and have somewhere to share ideas and learning.
MindKits was born out of the need to build a framework to make it easy for anyone interested to enter into the world of robotics and feel supported along the way.
The MindKits team are passionate to see you learn and grow and are always happy to lend a hand. Contact us if there's a project you need some advice on or you need to source parts that we may not stock already. We can generally get nearly anything in and are happy to do so.
The Gribblehirst HUB ,is a wider community society.A "shed" based on the MENZSHED ideals,with separate woodwork and engineering sections,where people can continue hobbies or learn woodwork/engineering.We assist local community projects by making items for social events.The kitchen and social room always welcomes you ,for a chat and a cupper.Your first visit is free,but many become ardent friends for life.The community section ,(200 sq m)on the first floor is available for a wide range of community organisations,and has a large kitchen and meeting room,that has a separate entrance and full facilities,with wheelchair access.Contact us to receive more information.
Fab Lab Wgtn is an invention playground, an incubator of design ideas, a creative ecosystem. Long Description Fab Lab Wgtn is a digital fabrication laboratory equipped with computer-controlled tools able to make almost anything.
Think of Fab Lab as an invention playground, an incubator of design ideas, a maker of possibilities, a creative ecosystem, and a place that gives anyone and everyone the technology to power their ideas.
Part of a growing global network of Fab Labs affiliated to MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Fab Lab Wgtn is Australasia’s first and sits within the School of Design at Massey University Wellington. General Information Fab labs provide widespread access to modern means for invention. They began as an outreach project from MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA). CBA assembled millions of dollars in machines for research in digital fabrication, ultimately aiming at developing programmable molecular assemblers that will be able to make almost anything. Fab labs fall between these extremes, comprising roughly fifty thousand dollars in equipment and materials that can be used today to do what will be possible with tomorrow’s personal fabricators.
3D Printing Systems Ltd with 8 years experience in distribution and backed by local engineering support and training throughout Australia and New Zealand via its dedicated reseller partners.
3D Printing Systems is a leading provider of the world’s most affordable ready to print Desktop 3D Printers.
3D Printing Systems leads the market in affordable desktop 3D Printers. We are committed to offering personal and professional 3D Printers to be more affordable and with better quality results, that is comparable to high end 3D Printers in the marketplace today.
3D Printing Systems have the largest installed base of out of the box desktop 3D Printers in Australia and New Zealand.
In today’s increasingly competitive, increasingly global marketplace, the challenge facing manufacturing organizations today is to continually accelerate time-to market, while reducing production costs. Being able to quickly design, prototype and test your 3-dimensional designs cost effectively and in-house is essential to move from concept to production parts.
We are the distributors for the UP! Desktop 3D Printers from Delta Marco Factory, Inspire Production 3D printers from Tier Time Technologies and Kevvox SP Series 3D printers from Kevvox.
Mangere community members have set up the first of what they hope will be several Men's Sheds in the area - places where blokes without their own work sheds can go to create or build, learn from others or just hang out for a chat. Stuff.co.nz talks to those who are making the most of the scheme. In a tool-laden shed wedged between a paint and panel workshop and a mechanics garage, a group of men's men are loudly going about their business. Hands scarred by years of work, faces lined by years of living and trade skills honed by several decades worth of job experience are being put to use in a burgeoning community venture in Mangere, south Auckland. The Men's Shed on Tidal Road is a haven for blokes who have all but hung up their professional tool belts, but still want to potter away in a workshop and give back to the community. It's also there for the younger generation who want to borrow that knowledge and put their own skills with a hammer or lathe to the test - DIY know-how that many lament is becoming a relic of a more self-reliant past. Mangere East Family Service Centre CEO Peter Sykes says the shed is a place for blokes to be blokes. "In this community men don't have sheds like they used to and we needed a place where guys could meet and talk where they could learn skills, share their skills," he said. "These guys have been sitting at home wanting something to do and through the paper and through word of mouth, they just turn up." Sykes hopes it becomes a place where members will also help each other in less tangible ways, whether it be coping with grief, getting used to retirement or just some camaraderie. "Once men meet then they can start talking and that's really what we want to happen. "Rather than going to a waiting room or a councilors the guys are already talking about their health and talking about relationships and... they're passing on their skills to young people." Such an environment might even be music to the Accident Compensation Corporation's ears - more than 33,000 people were seriously injured doing DIY last year. Four thousand alone were seriously hurt falling off ladders, around 460 people a week were injured while using a tool at home - nearly three an hour. The blokes shed idea is not unique - there are more than 400 around Australia as well as one in Franklin which produces furniture. Sykes says they want up to six sheds around the community, though they won't all be filled with tools. The plan is for people to use it to work on their own projects, either for their homes, for other peoples or for sale. The current clientele, carpenters and engineers and the like, are putting what started as an empty shed together, finding tools, rigging frames and putting together work benches though they say there is a long way to go. It is hoped the venture will be self-sustaining, with proceeds from sales earning both members and the shed an income. The shed is located behind Moon Motors at 68d Tidal Road in Mangere. It's open Monday and Wednesday from 9am until 1pm
The guild is fortunate to have amongst its membership, several competent turner/demonstrators, and their input, combined with the resources that our committee call upon, provide members with a varied and continually challenging programme.
In a country blessed with a variety of timbers, it is no small wonder that crafts abound in New Zealand, and that working with wood is so popular. Just think of the work we see done in our homes by handymen who have grown up in the ‘do it yourself’ tradition.
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