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.

Getting Outdoors

Central Texas is a great area to explore geology. With its extensive limestone deposits you can encounter a variety of fossils....

Tiny Soldering Kit

Since I’m going to teach the workshop, I better build the kit, right? This is the tiny micro-controller based LED...

DIY Chromebook

Have an old netbook that still works, but is too slow for Windows? Turn it into a Chromebook with software...

Thank You

A giant THANK YOU for everyone who was part of our Arduino 101 class on Saturday the 20th. What a...

Raspberry Pi Parts

Raspberry Pi Parts

For those wishing to get into Raspberry Pi, here are some recommended parts that you can find on Amazon. Note...


Meeting Minutes — 2016-02-10

Location: Copperas Cove Public Library (CCPL) Number of attendees: 10 Welcome Makers. Awesome group of makers from young inventors, artists,...

Learn To Solder

Warm up those soldering irons! We now have all the materials for Learn To Solder workshops. A $10 lab fee covers...

El Cheapo Microscope

Took apart a cheap webcam and messed with the lens. Can you guess what this is?

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


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


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.