Location1600 Roseneath Road
Richmond, VA 23230
hack.rvahack.rva is a Richmond-based makerspace. We like to take things apart, put them back together, figure out how they work, and create new things. Our mission is to learn and make stuff. We share tools and knowledge in technology, including Arduino, Makerbot, Linux, and the Open Source movement.
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Raspberry Pi is a pocket sized computer for around $30. We learned to load an operating system and write code for using the GPIO. Here’s a link to the wiki entry for the class, including the slideshow used in the … Continue reading
On Friday June 19th, and Saturday June 20th, a total of 16 people got together at Hack.RVA in order to learn welding techniques from our instructors. Attendees got to learn about the differences between Tig, Stick, and Mig welding. They … Continue reading
This project is brought to you by HackRVA member and VCU scientist Dong Yoon (Daniel) Lee along with his colleagues. The project simulates the effects of saltwater intrusion due to sea level rise on tidal freshwater wetlands using a solar-powered … Continue reading
HackRVA members Andrew and Chris from RepTechRVA / CarryTheWhat taught this great workshop on 3D printing. Attendant makers learned the ins-n-outs of different machines, material types, and troubleshooting printers.