Maker Cube - Surrey Makerspace

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Maker Cube - Surrey Makerspace
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Status active
Country Canada

State or District

British Columbia

City Surrey

Date of founding


Last Updated 2015-07-17






Snail mail

Unit 202 - 10663 King George Blvd.
V3T 2X6 Surrey

Number of members


Membership fee

$100/Month - Keyholder Member $25/Month - Drop-in Member Free - Check out the space for a day or two

Size of rooms

850 ft^2


Open to Exchanges?

"Yes" is not in the list of possible values (yes, no, maybe) for this property.

Open to Residencies?

"No" is not in the list of possible values (yes, no, maybe) for this property.
Location 49° 11' 47", -122° 50' 43"
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Surrey Maker Cube is the first ever Makerspace in Surrey. This is a place where anyone from the community can work on creative and technological projects in a space that promotes sharing and collaboration. Having the convenience to access resources and tools necessary to work on diverse projects will make innovation and creativity flow unlike it could in any other situation. The space includes not only tools like 3D printers, a PCB etcher, power tools, sewing machine, and electronics prototyping tools available for use. Also personalized workspace, storage, and access to knowledge necessary to build anything!

This Hackerspace has a 3D Printer

This Hackerspace has a CNC

This Hackerspace has a Air Compressor

This Hackerspace has a Soldering Iron

This Hackerspace has a Sewing Machine

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