classes

Charging for the print book and the classes you are pushing on us is like Microsoft forcing us to download windows 10 and it bricking the screen or the $1500 computer then running a message your equipment does not match and you need to update and now you have ballast to put corner weight in the race car 

Topic by hdrideblue 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Welding Classes?

I really want to learn how to weld but don't know where I can go.  Does anyone know a class or workshop in Kansas City, Missouri were a can learn to weld?

Topic by H20 8 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


favorite classes

Whats your favorite custom class/gun?

Topic by WOW THAT REALLY WORKS! 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Speech for class

Got to deliver a sweet but managable demonstration speech for Public speaking class 2maro. any awsome instructables i need to check out? thanks

Topic by Jumpin Jehosaphat 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Class bug

I have completed three classes and it says that I have only completed one. After I finish the class, I look back and it says that I only finished about half of the lessons. I am not sure if this is a bug, or if I am doing something wrong.

Topic by random_builder 2 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


electronics classes

OK so I made some throwies, had a lot of fun with them and now want to learn more. (My 89 yold mother put some on her cane! It is almost a Rosarch test to see what people think of to do with them.) I am very intrigued with all of the things that you can do with led's. HOWEVER, I really don't know anything about electronics. Where should I look, what should I do to learn some basics? I have forgotten everything I (n)ever knew about electricity. I would like to be able to read and understand a simple circuit diagram. I would like to be able to figure out simple circuits and projects on my own. Any suggestions? GLO

Topic by gloflyer 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Woodworking, Craft, & Design classes at 3rd Ward in NY

3rd Ward, an art facility in Brooklyn, New York, is offering a wide range of classes for our upcoming summer session! We have everything from basic woodworking to jewelry making to furniture refinishing to digital design. Some of our classes this summer include...How to Make Crappy Stuff Awesome - Learn the basic concepts for creating furniture and other useful objects out of recycled and found materials for little or no investment.Cuttlefish Casting - Learn the ancient technique of small scale mold making and bronze casting using the fossilized backbone of a cuttlefish!Screenprinting - Learn how to set up a screen printing "lab" and make prints in your very own home.Spaces are limited so make sure to sign-up ASAP!For more information and a full list of classes, check out http://3rdward.com/classes

Topic by 3rdWardKate 9 years ago


Says "no courses found" even when I am enrolled to 9 courses/classes

Hello Instructables, I am enrolled into 9 classes and when I go to my profile and click to see a list of all the class I am enrolled into, it says "no classes". I am using firefox v50.0.2 on mac osx sierra and logged in using google Please refer to the attached screenshot. Thanks, Kiran

Topic by KiranV2 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


I give up where do I find out what classes I am registered for?

I have looked everywhere under settings etc to find what classes I am registered for this is very annoying. Even the app doesn't have a setting for it. 

Topic by CarmenL10 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Classes not working properly

When you pass classes on browser on iPad (not in App) and return to site on regular computer - classes progress show not properly. I have go in every lesson in site on regular computer to update info of progress.

Topic by Andy_I 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


See the Classes you are enrolled in

You should be able to see which classes you have enrolled in!. It doesn't seem as though there is a way to do this.

Topic by awsnap 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Can we make own classes in instructables??

Question by Simran Sharma 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Upcoming Welding, Mechanical Sculpture, Woodturning, Glass Classes etc at The Crucible

Want to expand your repertoire of Instructable skills so you can weld, make fun kinetic sculptures with your creations or re-use old stuff, make jewelry, glass etc? If you're in the SF Bay Area, check out the upcoming classes at The Crucible, a non-profit in West Oakland, CA. It's easy to get there off of 880 or by BART.Some classes have "family packs" where 2 people can get a discount when you take a class together, which could make for an interesting Father's Day or graduation gift. You can see all the classes and start dates on these postings:http://sfbay.craigslist.org/search/cls/eby?query=crucible&neighborhood;=Or browse around on The Crucible site - http://www.thecrucible.orgHave fun!

Topic by susie 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Welding and Machinist Classes

Hello I am an exhibits designer and builder for a museum. I weld and do some machining every week. I would like to take formal classes here in Philadelphia or the surrounding area but I can not find a single program! One would think that in a major city there would be something but no luck so far. Does anyone know of a school. New Jersey would be ok too. Thank You Montrose

Topic by Montrose 8 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Large motors and electronics classes

Hello,Is it just me, or there's something wrong with "Large motors" and "Electronics class" by randofo? It looks like there's nothing in comparison to just yesterdady, whereas I bought a premium account just to download his classes. Another problem is that I can not enroll or download any classes.Can You help me?

Topic by Emerid 7 months ago  |  last reply 7 months ago


Classes now in the recent answers section!?

Not sure if it is supposed to be a feature or a bug: The recent answers are now filling up with classes, which I find rather annoying. Someone asks a question in these online classes and the whole thing shows up with the description, enrolment and all. Even if were to answer the question I would still need to scroll through all of it, go through all answers so far to find the last one and then.... If that keeps going the answers section will be flooded by classes for no reason that I can think of :(

Topic by Downunder35m 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Provide cost estimate at the start of classes?

I love the new classes feature here at Instructables, and have the ambition to complete as many of them as possible. I do have some feedback for them, however, and that is that the introduction to the class should include a rough estimate of how much it's going to cost to buy the various bits needed to complete the class. I've just finished the Arduino class and loved the fact that a lot of the lessons leading up to the final project contributed to the final build, and as such helped keep the costs of buying the materials (relatively) low. The same can't be said for the Electronics class, however, which has different projects to build for each lesson and is working out rather expensive as a result. Now please understand, I'm not complaining about the fact you have to build a project for each lesson. If anything I'm rather enjoying it. But a little heads up of what roughly how much the class is going to end up costing would be a welcome addition. I can see this consisting of two different sums: - the cost of equipment which is needed, but once you have it, you have it for keeps. - and the cost of any materials which will be consumed by the project. I'm keen on moving onto another class just as soon as I complete the Electronics one, but would like to be able to work out which one I should go for, taking things like price into account, before I get started - rather than maybe having to abandon the class because I suddenly find I can 't afford some of the equipment or materials I'll need for it. Thank you

Topic by LimeBlast 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Can an Instructables Member Make Classes?

Hello, I'm part of a company that does a lot of stuff that customers would ask questions about, and I was wondering if it is an option to make classes on Instructables or if that was a potential consideration from your end. I would find it useful, even if it was limited to a Pro membership. It's something that I think personally my company would consider paying for. I would even consider it individually. The ability to make classes that people would want to learn would be invaluable. Of course the only question would be is if others feel the same way I do. If this is already a feature that I can take part in, let me know, as I'm not currently aware of any way to access it, and I don't want to pay for a Pro membership unless I know for certain that that's a feature that would come with it. I would appreciate any answers you can give on this topic. Thank you, and hope you're all having a pleasant day. -DJBarnett

Topic by DJBarnett 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


How do I find a free class that I enrolled in? Answered

Question by shed469 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago



Classes: Enrollment Error

OS: Windows 10 Browser: Google Chrome Although I have enrolled in the Wearable Electronics class, my member page displays the following error under the 'Classes' section. "You haven't enrolled in any courses. Join some awesome classes."

Topic by Jonathanrjpereira 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Where is the robotics class??

I had let my Premium membership slip, but then I saw an offering for a series of classes on robotics.  That was interesting to me, so I renewed my Premium 2-year membership specifically for that class.  But now when I look into the class selections there is no mention of robotics at all and I can't navigate back to when I first saw the offering.  So, where is the robotics class? I'd hate to think that I bought 2 years premium membership and not get access to the main reason that I renewed.

Question by bkucheran 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Un-enroll for a class? Answered

How do I un-enroll or cancel an enrollment for a class? If I don't do the lessons, do I get dropped eventually?

Question by Rmarbrown 2 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Bluetooth Class Request

Can we have a bluetooth class please? I'd like to see one with Blynk especially. I've been learning it for the past couple weeks for the Arduino 101 and there's no good resources online, just a bunch of hack and half of them don't work.  I'm actually gonna write a bunch of ible for the community, but a class would be awesome!

Topic by TechMartian 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Electronic music class

We are running a eight weeks long electronic music class at Karkhana where kids build their own electronic music instrument and upload the instruction to make it in insturctable.com website. 

Topic by sunojshrestha 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Problem with enrolling a class

Hi everybody, I'm facing a weird problem about enrolloing the woodworking class: as soon as I take a lesson the screen becomes "greyed" and I can't click the enroll button. Could anyone help me?

Topic by Roncino 5 months ago  |  last reply 5 months ago


Instructables Online Classes

What are Instructables Classes? Our new online classes are the latest addition to Instructables! We're launching with nine classes - 3D Printing, Glue, Hand Sewing, Knitting, Leatherworking, Pasta Making, Robots, Wearable Electronics, and Woodworking - and more will be added each quarter. These online classes get you making with fun, project-based lessons, one-on-one help with your questions, and complete material lists and downloadable project resources. Do I need to have prior experience to take a class? No, not at all! All of our classes start with the basics so beginners with no prior experience are the perfect students! However, even if you’ve already dabbled in any of the class topics, you will surely still learn a ton, because the lessons progress and become more difficult. Our instructors kept material and tool costs in mind while crafting the classes in an effort to keep them accessible to everyone. Most of the classes can be done on a budget in your garage, backyard or one-bedroom apartment! What if I have questions when I’m taking the class? We’re committed to providing you one-on-one help and feedback. If you have a question, please post it in the “Ask a Question” section of the class or on any lesson and we will get back to you in a timely manner. Feel free to add pictures of your specific problem or tool so we can help in the best way possible! What are the benefits of taking a class? We firmly believe that making is one of the very best ways to spend your free time. Our classes are no different! Each one is fun, informative, and inclusive, using a range of media from videos and GIFs to images and text to explain new skills. Each new skill is also tied to a project, so you can make things while you follow along. You’ll be getting your hands dirty with new projects that you’ll be able to show off to your friends and loved ones! And, if you have any questions, you’ll receive one-on-one support from your instructor. Why do I need to be a Premium member to take a class? Our classes are a premium feature. Our instructors have been working around the clock for months to create the best quality content that is engaging, fun and teaches you the essential skills to make your creative dreams a reality. Our Premium membership starts at just $2.95/month and gives you access to ALL current and future classes on all your devices, as well as the perks listed below. You can also purchase one class for a flat fee of $29.95. What are the benefits of being a Premium member? When you sign up for a Premium account, not only do you get access to all current and future classes on your desktop, tablet and mobile phone, you also get a whole other suite of Premium features. These perks include the ability to download any Instructable as a PDF (that’s over 200,000 projects with 100s added daily), no ads while viewing on any device, partner discounts from maker-friendly brands, and more! How do I complete a class? In order to successfully complete a class, we track your progress in three ways: Quiz questions Homework Class projects You’ll see prompts for these activities scattered throughout the lessons. Make sure to complete all of these checkpoints to successfully complete the class. If a lesson doesn’t have any of the three progress trackers, you will successfully complete the lesson simply by reading and viewing all of the content on the page. Can I suggest an idea for a class I want to take? Please do suggest any and all ideas for what you want to learn! We are taking suggestions for class ideas at the bottom of this page. We might just make your dream class a reality! How often will new classes be added? We will be adding new classes on a rolling basis and sending updates via our newsletter. Sign up here to hear about them first.

Topic by asergeeva 2 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Arduino class bug? Answered

I enroll in the arduino class .I try on the I Pad and reload the page do an error  Then I tray on my two Pc with the explorer  and the edge does the seme errors  On the pc the error is do to a large scripts  is just me ? , somebody experience similar problems? If you do and solve it please let me know  thank you

Question by MMBDELP 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Class Room Odometer

I want to build a large odometer with a hand crank to help my students understand place value, does anyone have any ideas on how i can build a mechanical odometer? of course i am not using it to measure any given distance, i just want numbers that turn.

Topic by LivingDread 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Fusion 360 Classes

RockIT CoLabs is hosting a a couple of inexpensive Fusion 360 classes.     July 16 - 3D Modeling Basics for Beginners - Sketches and Essential tools.   - $20 July 23- 3D Modeling Basics for Beginners - Using Sculpting Tools - $20 With 3D printing you can turn ideas into reality, but how do you make YOUR ideas into a printable design? Even with no previous experience, you can learn all the basics for modeling software in one day using Autodesk Fusion 360. Create a custom name tag keychain while gaining experience and confidence with using the most commonly used tools in the modeling environment and learn how to use a 3D printer to print your design. Kris Struble of Near Future Education Advocates is providing RockIT CoLabs students with an amazing low-cost educational opportunity for students to learn the software and skills to make your ideas a reality with 3D printing. This class is limited to only 10 students so Kris can provide each student with the attention they deserve. CLASS OUTLINE Introduction to 3D printers and how a file is printed using Host software Learn how to navigate around the Autodesk Fusion 360 modeling environment Step by Step walk through using the all the most used tools for 3D model creation Use those skills to create a custom name tag key chain Hands on experience printing your model REQUIREMENTS A laptop running Windows 7 or OSX10.7 or newer Operating System. Autodesk Fusion 360 software downloaded and installed, creating a free account with Autodesk A mouse with a scroll wheel ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR Kris Struble is an education advocate who specializes in teaching CAD and 3D printing. He routinely teaches this craft to young students in various public schools, after-school programs and summer camps. Kris has an amazing ability to make CAD and 3D printing interested, fun and understandable to students of all ages. He is currently working on a bicycle powered hat knitting machine made nearly entirely with 3D printed parts.

Topic by doverby 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Engineering Class Suggestions

I'm part of an Engineering Club at my school and we're looking for future projects that just explore some ideas of Engineering in general. We would like to come up with our own ideas at some point, but for now, a lot of us are inexperienced, so I thought I could come here and find some stuff. So far, we have decided to build a bunch of Stirling Engines and use them for miscellaneous things, but after that, we have no other ideas. Could you guys come up with some ideas (possibly your own or ones that you have done), that are similar to this idea of teaching the basics of making things and stuff like that? Links would be helpful. Guidelines: Because we do this at school, there are certain rules that prevent us from bringing large knives and laser pointers on campus. Power tools and exacto knives are OK, though (IKR?). Also, because we are students, we have to scavenge around for materials, so unless it's less than ~30$, we might not be able to do that either.

Topic by jaxter184 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Back to School 2: More instructables to help you in class

School has started for most of you and to help you out joshf posted The Top 10 List for going Back to School. But school is complicated and we feel that students can use all the help they can get. So we're helping you out with 10 (+1) more Instructables. Good luck in school this year. Learning is awesome. Minimalistic Desk by arte.sano Planning on renting a room, decorating with a single mattress, and studying on the floor? Time to make your own desk and act like a grown-up. Your back will thank you. Moleskine Hipster PDA case by atman Be ready to take notes at any time and keep your life together, analog-style. Who says you only learn in classes? The world is your classroom, buddy. Make a $5.00 "Space Pen" for your wallet by doctor_wu Even if you forget your Moleskine Hipster PDA Case, with this tiny pen you'll always be sure that you can write those thoughts down if you can just find a scrap of paper. Laptop sleeve from a zippered three ring binder by cmrc Laptop bags can be crazy expensive for what is just some fabric and a zipper. Strip out a zippered binder instead and you're all set! Vinyl Pencil Case by splityarn Store your fancy mechanical pencils and fine point pens in style with this custom case for your binder. The one you didn't rip up for a laptop sleeve, that is. Collegiate meals by trebuchet03 You're on your own and your idea of cooking is boiling water for ramen? That's sad. This collection of easy recipes will keep you eating well without stress. That's good. Office supplies trebuchet by Scissorman We recommend that you work on your verbal sparring with classmates before you resort to violence, but if you do need to get some agression out this tiny medieval weapon will help you launch your assault. The Paper Catapult by Kiteman So you don't have any office supplies for a trebuchet? Then print up this file and you'll have a scaled-down war going on in no time. Lego USB Stick by ianhampton If you're worried about accidentally using your Pinky USB Drive and destroying your homework you can make a flash drive with a sturdier bit of LEGO plastic. Just don't lose it by burying it inside your model of Helm's Deep. How to "Steal" Your Textbook by TimAnderson OK, we don't think you should really steal any textbooks, but you can turn them into PDFs by destroying them. You lose the resale value, but you can now keep all your books on your laptop and only carry one item to classes! Wikipedia in your pocket by PKM Afraid of getting into an argument in the cafeteria without the Internet to back you up? Take it with you by cramming Wikipedia in your pocket!

Topic by fungus amungus 10 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


DOES THERE ANY ROBOTIC CLASSES IN INDIA, KERALA ??? Answered

Hey guys i am intrested in electronics and robotics. i studied electronics. Now i want to study robotics. I live in India, Kerala. I studied craft and some paperwork myself. I started building spurt robots with the help of projects in instructables. I created an arduino robot looking at chicken parmi's instructable. I want to create a robot with my own ideas so i decided to go to a robotic class and study and make. I searched robotic classes in Kerala but i couldnt find one. There was one but it was over early in summer vaccation. I need a regular class so please help me to find one.

Question by makesomeso 5 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Where is a good city to learn maker skills? Answered

I'm looking to spend the summer working/learning new, hands-on skills (woodworking, CNC, Autodesk products, etc.). I've been looking at a city with a Techshop in it, but I'm looking for something with some more class structure (Woodworking I leads to Woodworking II, something like that!) as well as something thats has a regular class schedule rather than one or two meetings like a Techshop course has.  Any suggestions?

Question by paul.mckay 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


what is the cost for your classes?

What is the cost for your classes?  esp.the sewing classes.

Question by AnAmerican 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Games to play with someone in class?

Question by bubbaman22 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Typo on All Class Pages

Https://www.instructables.com/class/Electronics-Class/ https://www.instructables.com/class/Concrete-Class/ &etc...; "Upgrade to Premium today for access to classes, as well as other great benefits like instructable PDF downolads, ad free browsing, partner discounts, and more!" This is included on the description page for every class: Upgrade to Premium today for access to classes, as well as other great benefits like instructable PDF downolads, ad free browsing, partner discounts, and more!

Topic by BrandonC102 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


where are there classes to TIG weld?

Question by raygonzo25 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Problems downloading a class pdf?

It has come to our attention that some of our class PDF's are broken due to an internal timeout during the process requesting the assets to build the pdf with since it is requesting all lesson material at once.known problem class pdf:Wearable-Electronics-Classif you are experiencing this issue with a class pdf not downloading properly and you recieving a zero byte file, please try downloading the lessons individually.

Topic by mmmelroy 1 year ago


Classes and setting buttons broken?

When on my profile page, I see three options near the top, just under my picture: Profile, Classes, and Settings.  Below those are what seems to be a feed, perhaps, with only one item that says I joined instructables.  When it first loads, Profile is highlighted.  If I click on Classes or Settings, something seems to load, but I still see the same feed - no classes, no settings. In order to get back to a class I had started previously, I had navigate to it by browsing classes. This seems like a bug, but if there's something I'm doing wrong please let me know. Thanks, Steve  

Topic by prsteve27 2 years ago


Lamp class lessons not working

Hi, I am having troubles with two lessons in one class (The Lamps Class). When I am logged in I can see and complete all of the other lessons but when I look at lesson 8 or 9 the website makes it seem like I am not logged in (my profile disappears from the upper right hand corner of the page) and so I cannot complete the lesson. This problem only happens on lesson 8 and 9 of the Lamps class but I have not seen this problem in other classes or other pages. https://www.instructables.com/lesson/Pendant-Lamps/ My browser is Google Chrome(Version 56.0.2924.87) which I am running on a 32bit Windows 7 system. Thank you, Justin

Topic by Justin Tyler Tate 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Work boot making classes?

I'm interested in making boots and shoes, so if anyone can make that happen it would be fantastic!

Question by macopeland 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Call of Duty: Custom Classes.

Post your Call of Duty Custom Classes below for everyone to see. Post anything from Black Ops Machine guns or World at War Assault Rifles.     I'll show you an example with one of my classes.                         Example: Game:                   Black Ops Primary:                Submachine Gun Weapon:               Ak74u w/ grip and rapid fire. Secondary:           CZ75 w/ extended mag. Lethal/Tactical:     Frag and Nova Gas. Equipment:            Claymore.   Perk 1:                    Scavenger Pro. Perk 2:                    Warlord Pro.                 Perk 3:                    Marathon.  Just Have Fun With it.       

Topic by Drew99-KGB 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Boston Area Workshops/Classes

 I want to let makers/creators in the Boston area know about a few upcoming workshops and classes at Willoughy and Baltic. Intro to Welding-begins December 1st. Woodshop Fundamentals-begins December 1st.  Bicycle  Frame Welding-begins December 12 and 13th. Classroom Arduino for Teachers-begins December 28th. Mechatronic Art, Design and Fabrication-begins January 21st. Directed Open Studio-begins January 20th. For more information on these classes, please visit: willoughbybaltic.ning.com/page/classesworkshops-1 Willoughby and Baltic 13 Joy Street Somerville, MA 02144 info@willoughbybaltic.com

Topic by willoughbybaltic 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Water wheel for Physics Class?

I have to make a water wheel that lights up a 6volt bulb and it must have a switch so that when the water is pouring and the light turns on i can turn it of while it spins if i want. I don't know what materials i need or how to use them...HELP! 

Question by aponce4 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Artisan's Asylum - craft classes & workshop (hackerspace, maker space, etc.) in Somerville, MA

I'm working with a fantastic group of Boston-area people to get a community craft workshop/maker space/hackerspace,called Artisan's Asylum, up and running in Somerville, MA. We have a small space where we will be teaching classes requiring quiet and clean space, and a big - 9,000 s.f.! - space we are working hard to get set up as workshop/studio (and use for noisy/messy classes). Our goal is to offer tools and instruction in as many craft areas as we can. We already have equipment for sewing, welding, wood working, metal working (we have an awesome CNC mill!), and electronics. Our first set of classes is scheduled and will be starting July 5. You can read the whole list here. A few of the subjects are: Building Art Bikes MIG Welding Introduction to Knitting Introduction to Sewing Clothing Modification Introduction to Robotics Learning by Building the Asylum Arduino for Beginners Advanced Photography We have a long list of instructors interested in teaching different topics in the future, and as our big space gets built out, we will be able to offer EVEN MORE classes at a time. AND BUILD ENORMOUS ROBOTS. Or, you know, small ones. To learn more, you can check out our website, subscribe to our lovely and classic - and low volume - announcements mailing list, or check us out on Facebook. If you have questions, you can leave a note here or email me at jfeathersmith at featherforge dot com.

Topic by jfeathersmith 8 years ago


Kala Summer Youth Art Program 2015

Hone your child's creative energy at Camp Kala this summer! K-12 artists engage in hands-on art activities while working in a professional studio environment. Days include a mix of studio time and outdoor exploration. Class sizes are small so everyone receives individual attention from Kala's fabulous teaching artists and assistants. This summer we offer a number of vibrant classes, from science-themed mixed-media to mold-making sculpture exploration for youngsters, as well as drawing and printmaking studios for high schoolers. Each week concludes with a celebration and gallery exhibition of artwork made throughout the week. Discover new creativity this summer at Camp Kala! Visit our website, kala.org/campkala, to explore class descriptions and find the week that's right for your child! Location: 2990 San Pablo Ave Berkeley, CA 94702 Phone: 510-841-7000 ext 203 Email: jamila@kala.org Website: kala.org/campkala Dates: June 15 - July 31 Cost: Varies Hours: 9am-3pm Financial Aid: Available Ages: 6-9, 7-11, 9-12, 12-17 Early Enrollment Discount ends March 1st! Enroll now to save up to $50/week!

Topic by eauger 4 years ago


Come to the TechShop Orlando Community Meet-Up Party Saturday Night (2/23/08)!

Where Do You Make YOUR Instructables? Make Them at TechShop Orlando!If you haven't heard about TechShop yet, TechShop is an open workshop space that provides its members with access to many tools and machines, and a place that they can just hang out and work on their projects. TechShop also offers lots of short, inexpensive classes on all the tools and equipment to members and non-members. Most importantly, TechShop is a full-time community for Makers.TechShop is currently in operation in Menlo Park, California, and is opening 9 locations, including one in Orlando, Florida, this summer. TechShop's founder Jim Newton and TechShop Orlando partner Robin Lopez invite all Orlando area Makers to come to the TechShop Orlando Community Meet-Up Party on Saturday, February 23 from 7 to 10 PM. You'll have the chance to talk about what you want to see at the Orlando TechShop facility, and find out what their plans are during an open Q/A session. Pizza and soft drinks will be provided by TechShop, and there will be a no-host bar.If you can attend, TechShop asks that you RSVP at the TechShop Orlando Web Site at: http://orlando.techshop.ws/rsvp.htmlIf you have friends, relatives or know of clubs or groups that you think would like to know about TechShop Orlando, please invite them to come to this event by forwarding this message to them along with the RSVP link. All Orlando Makers are welcome!TechShop Orlando - http://orlando.techshop.wsCommunity Meet-Up Party Information - http://orlando.techshop.ws/rsvp.htmlTechShop HQœ - http://www.techshop.ws

Topic by TechShop 11 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


I enrolled in classes, the classes say I'm enrolled, but when I click on "your classes," its empty. Why?

I've enrolled in multiple classes. I can see 3 of them (from 3+ weeks ago) listed in my profile. But even my profile doesn't show all of the classes I've enrolled in. I'm logged in when I enroll. I have refreshed the page. I enrolled for example in the Concrete, Glue, and Braid classes. When I click on the courses, it shows "enrolled," when I go to My Classes, there's nothing there, though the message bubble says "3," which I think is referring to the classes I registered for before (which also don't show up on the page).  Also, I cannot figure out where the heck to post this. When I click on Help, its about posting instructables. When I click on "Answers," the categories are about instructables. When I search the forum, I see there's a Bugs thread, but I can't figure out how to get to that thread to search. So where the heck do I get help/post "problems/bugs with instructables site?"

Question by suzans 2 years ago


register as a class in school for Arduino challenge?

There is a motivated group of students that would like to enter as a class to the Arduino challenge.  Is there a way that could happen?

Question by hsbtech 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago