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Latest revision as of 12:20, 1 March 2021

General Information[edit]

Membership
Policies
Documents
Teaching Classes
Color Coding - Tools and Shops
Online Resources
Shop Captains
Frequently Asked Questions
New Member On-ramp
Course Catalog
Surplus Equipment

Using the Equipment[edit]

TinkerAccess
Resource Scheduling

Shops at TinkerMill[edit]

Shop Description Format Blank
Blacksmithing
Classroom
Electronics
Foundry
Glassworks
Ham Radio
IT Infrastructure
Jewelry and Metal Craft
Lapidary
Machine Shop
Photography
Pottery/Ceramics
Rapid Prototyping
Robotics
ShopBot
Stained Glass
Textiles
Welding
Woodworking