Welcome to the Central Texas Makers! We welcome any Makers in the Central Texas Area -- and beyond. Learn, Share, and Have Fun. Our group includes expertise in 3D Printing, Metal Working (Armor!), Programming, Painting, Cooking, Crafting, Sewing, Microcontrollers, Laser Cutting, CNC Routing, Model Rocketry, Remote Control Devices (Airplanes!), Amateur Radio ("Hams"), Woodworking, and much more. Whether you are just getting started, or an old hand, we welcome you. No question is too simple, or too complicated.

Copper Pipe – Steampunk Clock

A clever use of copper pipe — in this case, to make a crazy clock.

Gravity Maze

Another of our members mentioned an interest in marble games. This Gravity Maze seems like an interesting mix of game...

OZOBOT

One of of young members mentioned a tiny robot he’d seen at the B&N Mini Maker Faire in November. He...

Grumpy Cat Laser Etched

Converting a gray scale image to the tiny laser etcher. Here, you can see an original image (lower right) to...

3D Model

Meeting Minutes – 2015-12-09

Location: Copperas Cove Public Library (CCPL) Number of attendees:  7 Welcomed Makers. Awesome group of makers from jewelers, sewers, leatherworker, 3D...

The Egg Bot

During our meeting today, our Young Inventor mentioned that he’d like to build a machine that would cut the shell...

Saturday Seekers?

What do you think of a Saturday Seekers program? Where we set up shop every Saturday, from 10 AM to...

More Tech For The Copperas Cove Library

Not everyone who wants to learn new technologies can afford them. That’s one of the reasons the Central Texas Makers...

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Come Visit Us

Monthly Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of the month, from 6 PM to 7 PM at the Copperas Cove Public Library's Meeting Room (large room on the southwest corner).

Explore

Explore and discover new and interesting things at Monthly Meetings and Special Events. Held at the Copperas Cove Public Library.

Learn

Multiple ways of learning: from sharing knowledge, reading books, to hands-on workshops. Open to all ages. From non-technical to experienced. If you are curious or have an idea but don't know where to start, you are welcome to join us.

Make

Make an LED blink, program Arduino Microcontrollers, experiment with Basic Electronics, build Woodworking Projects, and more.

Community

Makers comes from all walks of life and have much to offer. We're building a resource in which makers have access to other local makers.