Hands-on Discovery For Everyone

Upcoming Topics

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Cost & Duration

All workshops are free and open to all unless marked "Members Only". Duration is 90 minutes.

Attendance Limit

Non Hacksaw members may attend upwards of two Workshops free. Membership is required thereafter.

Popular Topics

First Byte - What Hacksaw can offer you. Learn build a simple projects.

Electronics for Inventors - Learn what does what and how. Really simple introduction for all.

3D Printing - Capability and Materials

Tool Box Basics - All about the workshop. For newbies to DIY.

Lab Basics - Master a multimeter, oscilloscope, signal generator and much more.

Arduino Basics - Build and program a microprocessor in minutes.

Raspberry Pi - Getting started.

Home & Business Automation - What you can do.

Modules & I2C Basic - The 2 wire interface system.

Wireless Systems - Explorer WiFi, IR and Bluetooth modules and code.

Commercialisation and IP Protection - Get business savvy with your invention.

Laser Cutting and Engraving (Late 2019)

CNC Routing (Mid 2019)

Booking Form

You must book to attend a Workshop Event. All Workshops are free and open to all.

Tech & Safety Tips

Hacksaw Members - 10% discount on any store purchase during your Workshop visit. Check out the Hacksaw Catalogue

Technical Data and Specs Book - Over 50 pages of great information and technical facts. Download now, It's Free!

Suitable Safety Attire at Workshop - Some Workshops may involve the use of equipment so it is recommend that you consider our safety attire. Click here to view

Online Resource - Contains a large selection of documents ranging from Data Sheets to DIY tutorial and more. Click here to access.

Hacksaw Member's Forum - Get help from other members by using the Hacksaw Forum

Lead Your Workshop Topic

Want to share your knowledge and passion with others?

Workshops allow everyone to become a Doctor of knowledge. It is said that you only truely master knowledge when you apply and share it. Hacksaw is about helping people to grow and gain greater insights to what can be.

Lead a Workshop. You don't need to be an expert, just show, tell and do.