Do you hack? Do you want to?  If so, come learn to hack hardware with Hackaday in LA! Join your fellow hackers on May 9th & 10th at the Hackaday Design Lab in Pasadena for a Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Design Workshop on Saturday followed by a Saturday night talk & mingle, and Open Hack Day on Sunday.

Even with little-to-no knowledge of schematic capture, Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM), soldering, etc. the PCB Design Workshop on Saturday will be great for you!  Using Eagle you will build a schematic, layout a board, generate CAM files, mill PCBs using an Othermill and more. Not to mention, how much fun could one have with some soldering irons and CNCs and such actually assembling a PCB.  Experts will be on hand to manage the fun.

Following Saturday’s workshop will be a Saturday evening talk & mingle starting at 7:00 pm.  Hackers and hackers-on are encouraged to bring projects to show and discuss.  if you need a table, power, or more space email jasmine@hackaday.com.

The hacking fun doesn’t end Saturday.  Unleash your inner creative, bring your ideas and projects to Sunday’s Open Hack Day. Come hack on real hardware / software, planned, unplanned… it doesn’t matter. This micro-Hack event will provide hardware development boards and other gear like soldering and test equipment, as well as plenty of people who know what they’re doing to help you build stuff.

Hackaday is on the hunt for mentors with pcb design and electronic hacking experience. If you’d be up for volunteering for a couple of hours or so, email jasmine@hackaday.com.

Read more and RSVP here: worldwide-la.hackaday.io