Makerspaces form an important part of maker culture. They give many people access to a variety of tools, space to work on projects and, most importantly, a crowd of people to share knowledge and ideas with.
think|haus has been filling this role for Hamilton since 2009. Its tools include a laser cutter, an array of soldering irons, and a CNC mill, while its membership includes programmers, artists, engineers, and even a lawyer. Today, Hamilton’s maker scene has grown beyond just one space, but think|haus is still a great part of it. Of course they’ll be at the Hamilton Mini Maker Faire, but if you can’t wait that long, they’re open to the public every Tuesday evening.