Each week we’ll endeavour to publish some details of the interesting things that members of DoES Liverpool have been up to over the past seven days. You can find out a bit more about them in our introductory post.
And remember, if you’re involved with DoES Liverpool at all, let us know what you get up to so we can include it here!
We've just launched our October 2023 Boost membership.
Imagine having 6 months free 24 hour access to your own desk here at DoES Liverpool, or use of all our lovely workshop equipment, from CNC routers and embroidery machines to laser cutters, vand a well equipped electronics workbench.
All this and be part of the wonderful DoES Liverpool community too.
Find out more here and tell anyone else you think could benefit:
Unfortunately our first post is shameless sales activity, not very fediverse of us... but we are raising funds to cover our upcoming insurance bill so please forgive us.
By popular demand (3 people asked)!
Upcycle plastic into your own unique earrings/keyrings and learn new skills with us
Thanks to Cathy for donating this very large roll of tearaway stabiliser - bound to be popular with all the machine embroidery enthusiasts in our space.
It's lighter than the stabiliser we've been using so far, so probably good for more more delicate fabrics.
|Monday 28 August, 7:00pm-9:00pm||7pm-9pm Socialist Alternative discussion group|
|Thursday 31 August, 7:00pm-9:30pm||Maker Night
Our free weekly evening meeting where you can find out about our space and all the making equipment in it, get a laser cutter or CNC embroidery machine induction, and work on projects from physical computing and electronics to 3d printing, routing and sewing. Just pay for materials used.
The DoES Liverpool to-do list is stored in the issues of our Somebody Should repository on github. Head over there if there’s something you’d like to report, or if you want to help out fixing things.
Issue counts: 383 open, 1471 closed
No new issues
Featured issue: Create a “Cost of Being Epic” poster for the space (and online). Can we move this on or close it?
2 issues closed: