TinkerMill is a Hacker/Makerspace from Longmont, CO. Where like-minded people get together and collaborate on anything art, technology, science, and business related.
Scott Converse is the founder of TinkerMill and tells us about the organization.
|Location||1250 S. Hover #49, Longmont, CO 80501|
What’s your meeting space like?
Our workshop is over 6,500 square feet and we also have an office space.
What tools do you have in your space?
- PCB board design
- Soldering stations
- Woodworking shop
- Metalworking shop
- Welding shop
- Rapid Prototyping
- Lab (CNC, Lastercutter, 3D Printers)
- Brewery & Distillery
- And many more…
Are there any tools your group really wants or needs?
Any PCB and pick/play stuff. Also some electronics supplies would be nice.
Does your group work with embedded tech like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, embedded security, or MCU-based designs?
We work with Arduino and Raspberry Pi a lot. Embedded stuff comes along quite often. For example we also work with Nvidia’s Jetson TK1 board, oDroid boards, and Parallella boards.
What are some of the projects your group has been working on?
We just did the Denver Mini Maker Faire. We also built a Tesla coil and we have about a dozen of other projects, which you can all find on our website.
What’s the craziest project your group or group members have completed?
For our craziest project so far I must say it was the 15 foot human-powered Ferris wheel. This was a great project!
What would you like to say to fellow hackers out there?
Come on down and BUILD something with us!
Want to know more about TinkerMill? Make sure to check out their website!