We are makers
that help you make
We started teaching children computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD & CAM) in our makerspace lab in 2018. Our focus has been on product design that enables a child to repair, make and invent for their everyday life.
With the closure of in-person makerspace classes we decided to apply our pedagogy to online making and are offering online 3D design and printing classes starting in June 2020.
Honors, Awards, or Certifications
- Social Impact Fellowship by the Kravis Lab at Claremont McKenna College
- 46% of students enrolled are girls in our makerspace classes
- A textbook chapter on 3D printing in K-12 education to be published by Pearson in collaboration with Nova Southeastern University
Stats from our classes
Feedback shows children enjoy the process of making even if the final object manufactured is not up to their expectations.
Unlike other STEM based classes makerspace is equally popular with girls and boys.
Our Core Team
We could not have done it without the support of the community around us.