UCSF Library makers went on a field trip to the Noisebridge makerspace last week, and to say we had a good time is an understatement!
What is Noisebridge? It is a community
hackerspace/makerspace in San Francisco’s Mission District and is an educational non-profit. When you first walk in to Noisebridge, it may look a little different than the UCSF Makers Lab, but there are also many similarities. I personally found the open working spaces and organization of tools and equipment to be inspiring for us in the Makers Lab!
Watch a short video about Noisebridge below:
Below are a few other takeaways from our tour of Noisebridge:
- There is one rule for Noisebridge – “be excellent to each other”
- Noisebridge is open every day from 11am-11pm
- Noisebridge started in 2007 and moved to its current location in 2009
- New visitors are welcome any time (all ages, all skill levels), but access is dependent on members being present – so email Noisebridgel before visiting for the first time!
- You can become a Noisebridge member, or contribute one-time or reoccurring donations
- There is also a wood shop, metal shop, sewing machines, a kiln and so much more!
- Noisebridge offers free classes on topics such as electronics, Python, Sewing/Crafting, 3D printing and more!
- Noisebridge is 5,280 square feet of awesomeness!
Here are some more pictures from our tour:
Noisebridge 3D Printers
FlaschenTaschen – a 10′ by 9′ video display made out of glass bottles, milk crates, LED light string, and powered by a Raspberry Pi.
Have questions about the Noisebridge tour? Contact the Makers Lab.
Thank you Noisebridge!
2169 Mission St, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94110