Tel Aviv Makers Intl.

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Tel Aviv Makers Intl.
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Status active
Country Israel
City Tel Aviv

Date of founding


Last Updated 2016-02-25





+972 3 9786822






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Kibbutz Galuyot 45, Studio #106, 3rd Floor
 Tel Aviv

Number of members


Membership fee

200 ILS monthly, payable by cash, bitcoin, or paypal directly to AlonLevy.

Size of rooms

~200 m^2

Members AlonLevy, Ehud, Shekel, Yuvadm

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Location 32° 3' 7", 34° 46' 4"
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Tel Aviv Makers Intl. (TAMI) is currently the largest hackerspace in Israel. We are an active community of about two dozen hackerspace members, and many more visitors and friends. TAMI is home to many activies ranging from hardware, electronics and woodworking to free and open-source software, biology and food hacking.

The space is open almost all the time, 24/7. Members have keys, and visitors are always welcome!

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TAMI has approx. 160 m^2 of working spaces, that include:

  • Electronics table, fully equipped with mechanical tools, soldering tools, scopes, logic analyzers, and basic electronic parts (resistors, capacitors, ICs, etc.)
  • Hardware room with plenty of scrap wood and other materials to work with, table saw, band saw, drills, vast collection of nuts and bolts, nails and screws, and the necessary safety equipment.
  • Metal working area with welding equipment, and proper ventilation.
  • CNC room with a partially-working CNC mill, as well as hand-operated vertical and horizontal milling machines.
  • 3D printer station (which might be under maintenance sometimes, ask beforehand)
  • Central computing area with Linux, BSD and Windows workstations for anyone to use freely
  • Laptop lounge on the elevated gallery
  • Chem/Bio lab - coming soon
  • Library housing plenty of books and reference material
  • Kitchen for any of your culinary needs (including homebrewing and TamiCola, patent pending)
  • Audio and video equipment (stereo system, HD projector)

Current Projects[edit]

  • ATtami - an ATtiny85-based self-designed board
  • Arig mesh network project
  • OpenNAS cluster
  • Skateboard carving
  • SLE4442 memory card hacking
  • Weekly UNIX/GNU/Linux workshops
  • Software-defined Radio (SDR) meetups
  • Quasi-monthly soldering workshops


TAMI is open to anyone and everyone who wants to visit, we are open almost every single day.

If you want to drop by, either:

  • Ping the mailing list with your intentions (day/time), and see when other members are planning to be there
  • Ping the IRC channel, and hope not everyone is idling
  • For spontaneous visits, check the webcam stream for activity (== space is open feel free to drop by)
  • Plan on visiting on Wednesdays starting at 18:00, which is the weekly co-working evening.


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