CCHS is a community workshop run by an enthusiastic group of like-minded members, located in Hawthorn, Victoria. Visitors and new members of all skill levels are very welcome. The About the CCHS page has more details. CCHS is also known as the Melbourne HackerSpace or HackMelbourne and is one of many Australian HackerSpaces.
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Blog post: Melbourne Knowledge Week 2016
CCHS recently played a pivotal role in the Melbourne Knowledge Week 2016 maker faire at the 1000 Pound Bend cafe. It was a huge success with appearances from a number of Melbourne’s maker groups who all put on a fantastic demonstration of what can be achieved through knowledge and making.
A big thank you to everyone who helped put the event together, everyone who brought something along to show off, and to our hosts for having us!
Blog post: Melbourne Mini Maker Faire at KIOSC Wantirna
KIOSC Wantirna just hosted its first Mini Maker Faire, here are some photos from the Day
A big thankyou to Rod, Wendy, Kiosc and teams who made it possible. Lets do it regularly.
Thanks also to those that helped out with the CCHS stand and soldering workshop – Greg+team, John, Shane, Jen, Bernd, Andy, and anyone else I’ve missed.
Blog post: Miscellaneous Hacking
It’s been a busy time at the CCHS lately! Members have been steadily working to commission both laser cutters, the big CNC mill “Bessie”, the mini CNC mill and a new Mendel Max 3D printer. Wednesday the 20th saw a good turnout to help out with soldering up the PCBs for the ESPlant project John and Angus are spearheading. The hackerspace has also acquired some new tools including a bandsaw and desktop PC for use with the Oculus Rift and David laser scanner which will be commissioned in the coming weeks.
See you at the ‘space!