Category Archives: Makerspace

FREE Workshop in Deming, NM

Join 505access in Deming, NM on September 16th, 2016 as we share ideas of how to make or customize assistive technologies (AT). The Arc Down Syndrome New Mexico Fund is sponsoring a Workshop for people with Down Syndrome or the … Continue reading

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Free AT workshop at Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire!

505access will be offering a FREE AT workshop: “Affordable, Custom Assistive Technologies (AT)“ at the 2016 Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire (MMF) to on-line registrants ONLY! Workshops will be held both days: 2:30 – 4:30 on Saturday and 3:30 – 5:30 on … Continue reading

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Workshops at Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire 2016

For the first time at the Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire, workshops will be available in 2016! 505access is involved in both: “Lighten Up!: Using Light in Designs” and “Affordable, Custom Do-It-Yourself Assistive Technologies (AT)“. “Lighten Up!: Using Light in Designs“: … Continue reading

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FREE AT workshop in Farmington, NM

Join us tomorrow, June 8th, at the San Juan Center for Independence in Farmington, NM. 505access and NMGCD/NMTAP will co-sponsor a FREE workshop to share ideas of how to make your own assistive technology (AT).  All participants will make an … Continue reading

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Portable Standing Desk

At home and at Ideas and Coffee, Janet uses a collapsible stool as a standing desk for her laptop. Inspired by the Traveling Eileen by Therese WillKomm, Alice suggested making a lighter, portable one out of corrugated plastic. This portable … Continue reading

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Thanks for Lighten-ing Up our day!

THANKS to the attendees, organizers of the Expanding Your Horizons conference [in Albuquerque, NM] and co-presenters of  “Lighten Up: Using Light in Designs!”  workshop for lightening up my day! — Alice

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Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire

Join us August 29 and 30th at the Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire!  Like last year, we will be in a tent just outside the north entrance to the Albuquerque Balloon Museum — next to Quelab. We will be showing some … Continue reading

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ABQ Mini Maker Faire 2014

  Thank you for the tremendous turnout at  ABQ MMF 2014.  We had no idea what to expect and were pleasantly overwhelmed by everyone’s interest and support.     We brought a few of our projects to the Albuquerque Mini … Continue reading

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Join us at the Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire!

We will have an indoor booth at the Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire on September 13th and 14th.  Our theme will be “BE SEEN in the dark“. Although we are in the midst of converting to a non-profit. accessible makerspace, we … Continue reading

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NM State Library Makerspace Tour 2014

At the Edgewood Community Library:

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