What is the MIT Electronics Research Society (MITERS)?
Originally founded as a club to give MIT students free and open access to computers, MITERS now features two manual mills, a CNC-mill, lathe, both a horizontal and vertical band saw, 3d printers, and other hands-on tools, in addition to a host of oscilliscopes, high-end soldering irons, and other EE prototyping tools. It’s a member-run creative haven and build-anything-you-want, if-you-break-it-fix-it space.
We’re MIT’s oldest student-run shop and we’re funded entirely through a portion of proceedings from Swapfest, the MIT Electronics Flea Market.
Interested? Join our mailing list at email@example.com.
We are open everyday of the week, and we host build parties on Fridays at 7 pm (running past midnight). Feel free to pop in and say hi!
We are located in building N52, right behind the MIT Museum.
Not sure when we’re open? Call (617) 253-2060 to find out or check our twitter page for MITERS DOOR Status. We’re open nearly 24/7!
MITERS Door Status
MITERS is loosely organized, but here are the officers anyway. They can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
President: Austin Brown
Treasurer: Alex Hattori
MechE Facman 1: Ethan Perrin
EE Facman: Ben Katz
EHS Liason: TBD
Historian: Michael DeTienne
Competent Webmaster: Jared DiCarlo
Come to the Flea at MIT to buy or sell your tech-related treasures!
We don’t always use computers, but when we do they are donated by Natex–the best source of high-performance computers and computer accessories.