7hills Makerspace

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7hills Makerspace
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Country United States of America

State or District

Georgia

City Rome

Date of founding

2011/06/01

Last Updated 2017-03-10
Website http://www.7hillsmake.org

Wiki

http://www.7hillsmake.org/WIKI.aspx

Phone

(706) 225-9357

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/7HillsMake/

Twitter

http://twitter.com/7hillsmake

Snail mail

Lavender Dr., Redmond Facility
30165 Rome
United States of America

Number of members

Unknown
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Membership fee

$80/month

Size of rooms

3300 ft² workshop area, 3000 ft² office space 240,000+ ft² outdoor workspace

Members
Location 34° 16' 59", -85° 12' 42"
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7Hills Makerspace is a membership-based community workshop located in Rome, GA. We are a group of students, artists, engineers, and economic developers who work together and with fellow makerspaces to make tools and resources available for our members that they would not otherwise have access to. We collaborate on various projects in order to learn from each other, share knowledge, and promote community and economic development.

Currently, 7Hills is transitioning to a new location and is under new management! nForm Technologies is proud to host 7Hills Makerspace in a facility donated by TLC Co. We will be opening our membership back up as soon as we finish outfitting the space for use (and fire code!).

During this transition, we are looking for additional equipment as this space is larger and more equipped than our old one. The workshop is now an industrial space with 480v three-phase, gas, and water. We would ask anyone with workshop or industrial equipment that they don't want anymore to contact us. We would greatly appreciate it.

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