TechShop San Diego community meet-up pizza party — January 24

TechShop San Diego community meet-up pizza party — January 24

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TechShop meet up, also there will be 9 more TechShops this year! Jim writes –

TechShop is an open workshop space that provides its members with access to many tools and machines, and a place that they can just hang out and work on their projects. TechShop also offers lots of short, inexpensive classes on all the tools and equipment to members and non-members.  Most importantly, TechShop is a full-time community for Makers.

TechShop is opening 9 locations, including one in San Diego this summer.  TechShop’s founder Jim Newton and TechShop San Diego partner Leo Cohen invite all San Diego Makers to come to the TechShop San Diego Community Meet-Up Party on Thursday, January 24 at 7 PM.  You’ll have the chance to talk about what you want to see at the San Diego TechShop, and find out what their plans are during an open Q/A session.  Pizza and beverages will be provided by TechShop.

If you can attend, TechShop asks that you RSVP at the TechShop San Diego Web Site here – Link.

If you have friends, relatives or know of clubs or groups that you think would like to know about TechShop San Diego, please invite them to come to this event by forwarding this message to them along with the RSVP link.  All San Diego Makers are welcome!

TechShop Link.


  • TechShop San Diego web site – Link.
  • Community Meet-Up Party Information – Link.
  • TechShop Web Site – Link.

6 thoughts on “TechShop San Diego community meet-up pizza party — January 24

  1. Mike H says:

    Any other SD Makers RSVP for this? I haven’t heard back from the TechShop people about where this get-together is located… Just curious.

  2. Dirk Dawson says:

    Anyone here from these guys? I RSVPd yesterday.

  3. Mike H says:

    OK, apparently the response was so large, they had to move the venue. Anybody who has RSVP’d (or does so before 7pm tonight) should get an automatic email with the location!

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