The Hacktory

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The Hacktory
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Status closed
Country United States of America
State or District Pennsylvania
City Philadelphia
Last Updated 2020-05-02
Phone (215) 650-7295
Twitter Hacktory
Snail mail

3645 Lancaster Ave, Floor 1
19104 Philadelphia
United States of America

Number of members 30
Size of rooms TBD
Location 39° 57' 33.67" N, 75° 11' 41.24" W

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The Hacktory is Philadelphia's first hackerspace. Comprised of hackers and artists, its name is inspired by Andy Warhol's artspace, The Factory. As of 2016, The Hacktory is located at 3645 Lancaster Ave.

The Hacktory is a community-oriented hackerspace, equipped with several 3D printers, a laser cutter, several soldering stations, a workbench with electronic test equipment, sewing machines, and a good collection of hand tools, power tools, parts, and materials.

Project Night (open to the public) is every Thursday from 7pm to 9pm.

This Hackerspace has a Lasercutter

This Hackerspace has a 3D Printer

This Hackerspace has a Soldering Iron

This Hackerspace has a Sewing Machine