Makerspaces are varied in the types of projects that can be hosted and culture in its community. The equipment and space is there for patrons to make, but many visit or join makerspaces for the mentorship and camaraderie of the community.
Why make? 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. You will find as you visit makerspaces that each are different in the equipment they have available to their community.
Wide range of up-to-date and high capacity 3D Printers
Large range of electronics and micro controllers for prototyping
Quick cutting of plastics, cardboard stock and laminates
Engraving, shaping and cutting of wood, plastic, composite and light metals
Technology infrastructure to allow for development and testing
Core set of traditional machine tools
Wide range of robotics parts & equipment for experimentation and prototyping
Rooms available for project meetings and collaborations.
Opportunities to mentor and provide apprenticeship to younger makers.
Our Innovators can help your take your ideas to real-world results.