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TechShop Austin-Round Rock Announced. Adafruit. November 3, 2011 AT 10:22 pm Michelle Hlubinka writes - TechShop, the network of membership-supported fab spaces, asks “What do you want to make?”


For the last couple of years, the Young Makers program has asked a similar question, adding a couple of letters to it: “What do youth want to make?” This Sunday afternoon, November 6th, TechShop and the Young Makers program team up to co-host a meet-and-greet at TechShop San Francisco. Leroy-Merlin se paye les labos citoyens. Tina Baine, DIY: Turning consumers into creators. Let's say you have an idea for a product, maybe even one that will enhance or improve people's lives: a remote-controlled lawn mower for the elderly, a combo light show/breathalyzer your party guests can consult before driving home, or a stylish laser-cut table that breaks down quickly and packs flat for storage or easy transportation.

Tina Baine, DIY: Turning consumers into creators

What if you could design your idea using free software? What if you could produce parts for your product using machinery you build from free blueprints or a kit, and could actually manufacture that product on your own desktop or in your office, without a factory? What if you could easily customize your product -- making each one slightly different -- at almost no extra cost? The founders of MakersFactory want to show you how to do all this and more. Untitled Document. Inventables: Find new materials. TechShop is the SF Bay Area's Only Open-Access Public Workshop. 7 Successful Products to Emerge From San Francisco's TechShop - Nicholas Jackson - Technology. With hundreds of members at each location, TechShop is in the process of expanding its franchise.

7 Successful Products to Emerge From San Francisco's TechShop - Nicholas Jackson - Technology

Here's proof that the model can work. Jim Newton has close to 300 ideas that he would like to see realized. About five years ago, when that list seemed more manageable at only 200 items, Newton opened the first TechShop in Menlo Park, California.