33 Reviews
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Roxanne Eve
· December 2, 2017
We went to the Young Makers night and enjoyed every minute! Our 10 yr. old boy was so busy running from station to station, learning new things. We look forward to returning so he can finish his proj...ect of making an airplane fly. The volunteers were wonderful!... knowledgeable, helpful, easy to talk to, and friendly. Please make time to visit and support this community space! Let’s keep it going. See More
Shaundra Michelle Newstead
· December 13, 2017
HeatSync has changed who I am. I think in ways, that just two-and-a-half years ago, I wouldn't have even dreamed. HeatSync is both a family and a school for me. I had the chance to move away to a stat...e better than Arizona, and the only reason I didn't leave was because of HeatSync Labs! Also, check out the biohacking upstairs. ;) See More
Amber Caitlin
· December 20, 2017
Crafting is more than just yarn and sewing. Create something amazing or weird, but enjoy every minute.
Visit us, don't just say you'll do it "Someday".
Jose Thomas Hernandez
· January 12, 2018
My 1st time tonight and jr was so cool to show me around and even had hands on training! Im call it my workshop from now on
Ira Gr
· August 7, 2017
It is every creative persons dream. Like a giant box full of toys and tools and amazing creative people! Can't wait to go back there!
Milton Williams
· April 15, 2016
I have been going to heatsync for about a month now. I read some negative comments about the place and feel I should say something. Joining any group takes time to be fully accepted. The key to your experience great at heatsync is to put yourself out there. Ask questions, ask for help, ask where stuff is and how to use it.
The heatsync community is very helpful but most of the time people assume you know what you need if you don't ask. There are lots of members and not everyone knows everyone. My sons and I have been enjoying the tools and help in the space. Looking forward to more fun, making, and mostly learning.
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Jasper Nance
· September 19, 2016
All hackerspaces are different, and as such, if you've been to another hackerspace before, this one might be a little different than what you've experienced - or not! Make sure you take a look at the calendar. The space is a great place to come work on projects of any (well, most anyway) types, but if you are new to hackerspaces it is great to have a focus like a workshop or event night like arduino night.

I love that I get to meet so many people from such varied backgrounds here! I could spend (and have!) years picking people's brains! Hope to see you there :)
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Nancy J Gibson
· September 11, 2016
I have been coming here for a few years. It is a great place to meet people who like to make things. People are friendly & helpful. I came to cut some wood for toy vehicles I was making. The people h...ere helped me put lights & motors in them. My grandkids love to come with me to make things also. See More
Greg Testo
· January 19, 2017
Amazing location and very friendly people! I went for a coffee and code as well as a 3D print presentation. Both were very informative and helpful. I will highly recommend this place to others!
Marcus Pinkman
· April 3, 2016
Stopped by after visiting the nearby Natural History museum. Took the tour, had a look around. Having read the reviews here I was expecting something totally different, as it turned out I was not at a...ll impressed. The guy who showed me around had no clue what he was talking about and had no technical aptitude. Maybe it is meant more for artists but then the tools and equipment suggest otherwise. Speaking of equipment except for the 3D printer most of the stuff looks really old and is possibly not or only partially functional. The most peculiar part is that paying for a membership does not allow you to use anything. First they have to vote you in. The guy who led me around told me that it took him four months to be voted in. Four months! Despite its name this is clearly not a lab, they should really change their name so that they don't confuse people. I thought they do some kind of research or cutting edge development but when I was there I saw nothing of that sort. See More
David Sergio Flores
· October 16, 2016
A great place to be creative and make things! They have lots of tools and equipment available to the public during scheduled open hours. Everyone is welcome during posted open hours.
HeatSync is an ac...tive workshop and children MUST be supervised at all times. See More
David Farmer
· April 23, 2017
Its a great space to use, and also a great place to use tools that you might otherwise not have access to.
Kiran Satyavarapu
· May 21, 2017
Awesome experience. We always have a great time and would love to visit again. Thank You for doing this for the community.
Ronald Bauer
· July 31, 2017
It was such a privilege to watch the activities of geniuses and future geniuses.
John Barnes
· July 28, 2014
Fun atmosphere with engaging people made this a fun stop in downtown Mesa with my kids.
Jonathan Van Camp
· February 14, 2017
Came here with our Boy Scouts Troop. The boys loved it!!
Van Jones
· March 20, 2016
In my opinion, this is the worst of the techspaces in the area. Small, restricted access, small group of people, limited equipment and tools.
Terry Claussen
· August 1, 2014
Weird vibe, parents keep your kids away
Delta 3D printer in action!
Making ice cream with liquid nitrogen! Amazing!!!
Making laser cutouts to give away during the Southwest Maker Fest! Mark your calendar, February 17th @ 10AM.

New Craft Night sign!

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360 Views from inside the CAR Sandbox and Binary Adder!

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Jasper Nance added 3 new photos — with Tricia Blickfeldt and Milton Williams at HeatSync Labs.

Take a look inside of Milton's interactive mathematics contraptions!