Hack Manhattan is now 100% IPv6 ready.
The New York Times profiles hackerspaces and visits a few, but inexplicably doesn’t mention us. We are still around!
The cicadas are coming very soon, and you should be ready for them. Some helpful tips from New York Magazine.
Hack Manhattan loves 3D printers—overview of the printers in our space.
Sunday, April 14 is our brewing day, and we’re inviting anyone to stop by and help, ask questions, or just take a look.
A Hack Manhattan member bought a cheap sub-$300 Chinese 40 watt laser cutter.
We’re making Hack Manhattan 103% more awesome, and the bills are already piling up way too high for a small non-profit like Hack Manhattan. Help us out by backing our Kickstarter project.
A demolition crew came in today to take down a wall, and we’re now in 730 square feet of glorious hackerspace.
Photos from our cicada detector kit build party.
Matthew Duepner and other Hack Manhattan 3D printing members were featured in a New York Times article on the rapid manufacturing technology of the future.
Batteries and utility power are so 2012: real hackers harvest their own energy. We powered an LED from 0.6V using a Linear Technology LTC3105 energy harvesting IC and a custom breakout board.
Registration is open. Learn how to blink an LED, make noise, and the basics of how circuits work.