Mobile Makerspace

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Mobile Makerspace
Status building
Country Canada
State or District British Columbia
City Victoria
Date of founding 2013/03/20
Last Updated 2015-08-27
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V8R 6A7 Victoria

Number of members 5
Membership fee Sliding scale - CAD - Business plan not yet finalized - Seeking funding shortly.
Size of rooms 30' Trailer
Members Josh Rhodes, Randall Wright
Location 48° 26' 15.17" N, 123° 18' 7.01" W

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What is a Mobile Makerspace?

A Mobile Makerspace is a bus, van, RV, or a trailer packed full of educational toys such as 3D printers, CNC machines, laser cutters, 3D scanners, doodle bots, small robots, alternative energy toys, simple crafts, and so much more! It is about giving everyone of all ages the opportunity to get their hands into cool technology and learn about it first hand. From gluing paper, to soldering, forging metal and printing your own head in 3D. Build a Mobile Makerspace for your community, bring it to a library, school, or community center!

Bringing a Makerspace to Any Location – Including Schools, Libraries, Disabled & Senior Care Homes, Neighboring Towns & Cities, Remote Communities, Events, and Even as a Rental in Your own Driveway!

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