Makerspaces

Makerspaces are varied in the types of projects that can be hosted.  Some individuals make to learn, some to explore technologies and others to make a living, but the key is that they are making creations and tinkering.  Projects can involve 3D printing, robotics, Internet of Things(IoT), Arduino, Raspberry Pi, programming, LEGOs, Keva Planks and even the basics of paper and glue, Below are a list of some features in which we had in our makerspace over the last 5 years.
 
 

3D Printing

Wide range of up-to-date and high capacity 3D Printers

 

Electronics

Large range of electronics and micro controllers for prototyping

 

Robotics

Wide range of robotics parts & equipment for experimentation and prototyping

 

Laser Cutting

Quick cutting of plastics, cardboard stock and laminates

 

CNC Router

Engraving, shaping and cutting of wood, plastic, composite and light metals

 

Machine Tools

Core set of traditional machine tools

 

Technology

Technology infrastructure to allow for development and testing

 

Project Services

Our Innovators can help your take your ideas to real-world results.

 

Mentoring

Opportunities to mentor and provide apprenticeship to younger makers.

 

 

 

 

Meeting Space

Rooms available for project meetings and collaborations.

 

 

 

About Techno Chaos

As a physical makerspace for 5 years we've hosted projects involving 3D printing, robotics, Internet of Things(IoT), Arduino, Raspberry Pi, programming, Minecraft, etc.  Over the last two years, we have seen the interest grow in schools, libraries and other community organizations to create their own makerspace education programs.   Instead of continuing to grow our own community, we will be starting the next chapter in our journey to inspire making and project-based learning by focusing on providing services to schools, libraries and other communities.  Some of these services will be Makerspace and Robotics Starter Programs.  We look forward to being a partner with you and your organization to continue the journey!