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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We spent the day soldering, desoldering, programming, and testing SNES reproduction carts. It was a good opportunity get the small-run of electronics making experience – especially for those thinking about taking an electronics product to market. People also leveled-up their soldering … Continue reading
We did it again – gathered around for tidings of makery bliss during our home-brew holiday blend of Halloween and Thanksgiving. We talked about how the year has gone, played a litany of humorous games, consumed mounds of food, wore our hats-o’-snark, … Continue reading
HackRVA partnered with Small Hall Makerspace from William & Mary to teach soldering and make bristlebots with kids at Makerfest 2015. We had about 10 tables in the outdoor area behind the Science Musuem of Virginia. Eric was there building … Continue reading
HackRVA starts a new special interest group and monthly meeting for taking to the air. It shall be known as “Flight Night”! Thomas sez: Flight Night will provide an opportunity for HackRVA members and non-members to meet with other individuals interested in things that … Continue reading