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.

Double Feature!

Due to demand, we’ll be having a double feature on Saturday the 26th. First movie will start around 8 PM....

Movie Night!

Movie Night! Anyone interested in a movie night at our place? Twelve foot screen. SLS speakers. 1080p projector. Blu-Ray. You’ll...

Arduino Day 2016

Need a little motivation to show off your Arduino project during #‎ArduinoDay2016‬? How about this: Anyone who brings in an...

No Saturday Seekers on March 26, 2016

A reminder that the library will be closed this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. So, there will be no Saturday Seekers...

Arduino Nanos Are Here

We just got in a big batch of Arduino Nanos to experiment with. A lot of power in a little...

Game Day

It’s Game Day today. We’ll be working on making our own video games and playing some Retro games using a...

#SeniorCitizens #LearnToSolder

Learning is Ageless

What happens when a person who’s never soldered learns to solder? Photos say it all. This is why Central Texas...

Sand Casting

Kevin Marsh brought his equipment to show makers how to do sand casting during the March 9th , Maker Club...

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  • Upcoming Events

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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.