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A makerspace (or buildshop) differentiates itself from a hackerspace by the presence of expensive machine tools, increasing liability, cost outlays and maintenance, and the need for training.

Rather than the production of intellectual goods, the effort goes into making physical goods. Project costs could be as high as $5000.

Makerspaces typically have areas for:

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