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Why should I join Xerocraft?

  • Personal Reasons Why You Should Join
  • *   You enjoy "Doing-it-Yourself"
  • *   You can't afford to buy an entire shop
  • *   You want people to share your ideas with
  • *   You want to learn new skills
  • *   You enjoy supporting local non-profits
  • *   You want to be surrounded by people with
  •     a diverse range of knowledge
  • Online and In-shop Membership Details
  • *   Learn welding, 3D-printing, wood & metal working, etc
  • *   Participation in our group discussions and projects
  • *   Online membership is free!
  • *   Signing up for our in-shop membership helps up keep
  •     our doors open, but is not mandatory.
  • *   In-shop membership is $50 per month
  •     however we DO have "reduced-lunch" options.
  • Online Membership Sign-Up Sheet

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Xerocraft in the news


Hackerspace Tour: Xerocraft in Tucson, Arizona

March 2014

While we try to get out to as many hackerspaces as possible, we can’t be everywhere. Not wanting to wait for a Hackaday compatriot to roll through their dusty town, the folks over at Xerocraft in Tucson, Arizona sent in their own video tour of their space.

We’ve seen the Xerocraft space before when [Caleb] rolled through town on his south-west tour a few years ago. Since then, a lot has changed; they have a new, larger, and cleaner space a few miles north of the old one.... [Read More]

Zocalo Magazine

A Place To Learn, Collaborate & Create

August 2013

Do you like to tinker and make new things? Or maybe you wish you were that person, but you don’t know where to start? Try Xerocraft Hackerspace. The non-profit celebrates its grand opening on Saturday, Sept. 7 in new, expanded quarters at 101 W. 6th St. at the old Steinfeld warehouse.

So what’s a hackerspace? Jeremy Briddle, Xerocraft’s treasurer says, “I always describe a ... [Read More]

Arizona Public Media

'Hackerspace' Opening in Historic Warehouse Downtown

August 2013

People with do-it-yourself ethos are increasingly coming together in cooperatives known as hackerspaces: places where people can build things, and learn from others with similar interests.

A Tucson hacker collective, Xerocraft, is opening at the renovated Steinfeld Warehouse downtown on Sept. 7. The hackerspace recently obtained 501(c)(3) status, which makes it a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization. ... [Read More]

Tucson Weekly

Hackerspace! DIYers, take note: There's a new local collective designed just for you

May 2012

You'd never know it driving past, but the southeast corner of Sixth Avenue and 23rd Street is the epicenter of Tucson geekdom.

That's no putdown; everyone geeks out on something. And whatever that something is—be it gardening, crochet or building robots—Xerocraft Hackerspace, at 1301 S. Sixth Ave., is quickly becoming the place to do it in Southern Arizona. ... [Read More]

Arizona Daily Star

Tucson Tech: 'Hackerspace' christens new downtown home

September 2013

The treasurer of the nonprofit Xerocraft Hackerspace, Jeremy Briddle, was excited about the group’s planned move into the old Steinfeld Warehouse downtown from its cramped space in South Tucson.

Until he saw the place.

The space at 101 W. Sixth St. had been unused for several years, and thieves had stripped out all of the wiring for its copper, Briddle recalled.

About six months ... [Read More]

Inside Tucson Business

Call Barbot app takes the prize at hackathon

May 2013

Some companies slave for months or years before sufficiently believing their product is worth presenting to consumers. Last weekend, 40 men and women had just 27 hours... [Read More]

AZ Tech Beat

Xerocraft Co-working Space Expands to 4,400-Sq. Ft.

July 2013

After being cramped in a 900-square foot facility for over three years, Xerocraft, a Tucson-based, non-profit, co-working space for makers and tinkerers are stretching their legs and moving into about a 4,400 square foot facility in downtown Tucson to accommodate their growing numbers and equipment.

Jeremy Briddle, Xerocraft’s treasurer, shares the milestones leading up to their move. In the beginning they began in a small storage space with only a few donated hand tools... [Read More]


Tucson Hackerspaces

December 2012

Tucson Hackerspaces are few and far between but they are gaining momentum. Here is a short edit of two of Tucson's collaborative, community-driven workspaces


XeroCraft-Tucson's Hacker Space

October 2012

XeroCraft is helping spark the "hacker space" movement in southern Arizona. From its small Tucson storefront, the collective gives DIY enthusiasts access to tools for woodworking, welding, 3D printing, and more. Their mission is to make technology accessible to anyone, from the most raw beginner to professional electricians and engineers who dabble in robots in their spare time.



August 2012

Xerocraft tour with Hackaday


KVOA News 4 Tucson - Xerocraft Segment

September 2012

A segment from KVOA Tucson on the Grand Re-Opening of Xerocraft.