Open access digital fabrication studio. Facilities include full colour 3D printing, laser cutting/engraving, vinyl cutting, digital embroidery and electronics equipment.
Verified by Make Works Scotland
MAKE offers low cost access to equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, vinyl cutter, digital embroidery machine, and electronics and soldering equipment. The lab also offers training and workshops in machine use. Members are made up of product designers, architects, artists, makers, small businesses and traders. Projects can be started from just an idea.
|Turnaround Time||Project Dependent|
|Starting Cost||Under £50|
|File Types||.obj, .dwg, .stl, .psd, .ai, dxf|
MaterialsPlastic Wood Paper Metal Leather Glass Show more
ProcessesLaser Cutting Laser Engraving Vinyl Cutting Model Making 3D Printing 3D Scanning Digital Embroidery
MachinesUltimaker 2 3D Printer Makerbot Digitizer Next Engine 3D Laser Scanner Ultimaker Original + 3D Printer HPC 1290 Laser Cutter / Engraver bed size 1200mm x 900mm ProJet 460 Plus Full Colour 3D Printer Show more
Video: Make Works visits MAKE Aberdeen in Aberdeen
MAKE Aberdeen is a digital fabrication studio based at 17 Belmont Street. The facility is run by RGU Grays School of Art on behalf of Aberdeen City Council.
Contact MAKE Aberdeen
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|Address||MAKE, 17 Belmont Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1JR|