MWM's major features:
- Collaborative spaces for learning and working with 3D printing, electronics, wood, plastic, and metal work for users of all ages.
- Small scale manufacturing through support for classes and projects at local tertiary institutions, as well as product design and development for startups and local businesses.
- Education and curriculum focused on user-centered low-cost design and engineering. MWM will host the ImpactLabs Workshops and continue to teach secondary and university students skills such as low-cost engineering, and demonstrate how to apply such skills to their local communities.
At MWM, we will have:
OPEN HOURS: Times when the facility is open to its members/public for fabrication, experimentation, or fixing one’s bicycle.
MEETUPS: Informal seminars on topics of general interest.
CHALLENGES: Organized competition or hackerthon on various topics.
EDUCATION: Using makerspaces as the vehicle for advanced educational strategies, i.e. learn by doing.
All activities at MWM will be community driven.
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