|State or District||Massachusetts|
|Date of founding||1973|
|Number of members||40|
|Membership fee||free (MIT community)|
|Size of rooms||100 m^2|
|Location||42° 21' 43.49" N, 71° 5' 49.48" W|
MITERS, the MIT Electronic Research Society. Originally founded as a club to give MIT students free and open access to a student-run electronics, mechanical, and computer lab. The club now features a mill, lathe, band saws, welders, and other hands-on tools, in addition to a host of oscilloscopes, high-end soldering irons, and other EE prototyping tools. It's a member-run creative haven and build-anything-you-want, if-you-break-it-fix-it space. Primarily for the MIT community, but guests and visitors are welcome. Build Parties are on Friday nights at 7pm in N52-115 near the MIT Museum, feel free to pop in and say hi!