FAQs

Can I visit The Lab.ms?
Yes! Every Tuesday we hold an Open House at 8:00pm. Of course, you are more than welcome to attend any of the Meetups in our calendar. The Lab.ms is open 24/7: being a Member guarantees you access at all hours.
What kind of stuff do you guys have?
Long answer short, we’re very proud of our 3D printers, our lasercutter, and our electronics lab. Short answer long, check out the Maker’s Resources page to see a full list of equipment, machinery, and rooms we have.
I want to join! How do I do that!
We’d love to have you join! For full instructions, membership types, and so forth, please visit the Join page and we’ll get you started.
Can my kid join? Can I bring my kids?
We love kids! Unfortunately, you must be a legal adult to have a membership. However, members are allowed to bring kids and actively assist and supervise them in collaborative projects. Meaning, you may not drop off your child unattended. Legal reasons and all that.

Hours & Info

469.298.9683
24/7 Access for Members
Open House Every Tues. @ 8PM

Meetup Feed

  • Python Programming for Everyone 2019-05-26 at 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM TheLab.ms - Plano's Makerspace (1915 N Central Expy Ste 370, Plano, TX) • What we'll do:Do you have an interest in in one of the easiest and most prolific languages of our time? Come and join as as we work on Python projects and share our experiences. This meetup we will bring our own projects and work on them, discuss them (and other Python things), and help…
  • Amateur Woodworking 2019-05-28 at 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM TheLab.ms - Plano's Makerspace (1915 N Central Expy Ste 370, Plano, TX) Standing meeting for general woodworking topics, project planning/ sharing and skills transfer. Look for individual events for specific project work. RSVP at this link, not on this Meetup Page.https://www.meetup.com/Amatuer-Woodworking/events/257140192/
  • Intro To C# Programming In Unity 2019-05-28 at 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM TheLab.ms - Plano's Makerspace (1915 N Central Expy Ste 370, Plano, TX) This will be a continuing bi-weekly class that goes over basic concepts used in C# that are related to Unity. While it is not required it is suggested to have a laptop with Unity already installed. I will be using version 2018. 2.6f1 but versions close to that will also work. If you need help…

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