Production Specifics

As a member-run workshop & studio fizzPOP is run on a non-profit basis to serve the creative interests of members and non-members alike. Members pay a monthly fee and can access the space from 7am to midnight, and they also run open evenings every Wednesday, from 7–10pm, where non-members can work on projects and get a feel for what a Makerspace is all about. The fizzPOP maker community will assist you in bringing your idea to reality, utilising the range of equipment available in our workshops.

Turnaround TimeProject Dependent
Starting Cost£25
Production Access open

Materials

Wood Plastic Metal Electronic Components Ceramics Textiles Show more

Processes

3D Printing FDM Printing Metal Working Wood Working Laser Cutting Laser Engraving Show more

Machines

Laser Cutter Stratasys 3D Printer Roland Picza Pix-3 3D Probe Digitiser Roland Picza LXP-600 3D Laser Scanner Potters Wheel Hakko 888D Solder station Show more
 

Works With

Large Businesses
Small Companies
Professionals
General Public
Students

Capacity

Bespoke 1-offs
Samples
Prototypes
Short Run
Medium Run
Large Run

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Company History

fizzPOP was founded in 2009 as fortnightly maker session. In 2013 they made the move to renting their own space, a physical venue where people could come together to collaborate and share ideas, knowledge and tools and over time they have purchased equipment based on the needs of their growing membership. Whilst they are now equipped with a wide range of tools and machines they still believe their most valuable asset is their members and the knowledge they can bring to your project.

Client List

Maplins Electronics
North One Television
Backface

Contact FizzPOP Makerspace CIC

ContactStuart Pearson
Maker in Chief
Emailhello@fizzpop.org.uk
Phone01216999989
Websitefizzpop.org.uk
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Address90 Floodgate Street,
Digbeth,
Birmingham,
B5 5SL
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