The University of Kent's Tinkering Society

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Tinkersoc is Kent’s Maker society, where you can learn coding, electronics, 3D-printing, amateur radio, metalwork and more! Join us this year for online streams and content you can follow along at your own pace. We are normally based in The Shed, Cornwallis, and will host sessions when it is safe to do so.

It’s a Wednesday night and you have decided that you want to MAKE something. But, where on campus do you go if you want to do some sewing? Perhaps you have an itch to turn something on a lathe or want just want to send a radio wave around the world?

Tinkersoc, Kent’s Maker society, is the place to go. Whether it’s 3D printing something, or cutting through materials with lasers, we have the tools and experience to help you with your project. We even run workshops, so that you can pick up new skills (no experience is required!)

So, if this has peaked your interest and you want to hang out with like-minded people who enjoy making things, then pop along to The Shed (the School of Computing’s Makerspace located in the Cornwallis Quad) from 6PM on a Wednesday night! Tinkersoc is free for all Kent students.