by General Fabb
Opening in "late August 2012", Mak3D is billed as the "World's first 3D printing co-working environment". Located on London's Brick Lane across from the notable Brick Lane Bakery, Mak3D will provide workspace and access to 3D equipment for makers.
For £200 per month (USD$312), you'll have access to the following:
- A 1000 sq ft. workshop.
- In house high definition 3D printer from Objet
- In house HD 3D scanner.
- STL File correction for 3D prints.
- Numerous freelance work for 3D designer.
- A finishing workshop with tools included.
What specific equipment do they have? Evidently an Objet 3D printer and a professional 3D scanner. Combined with the other capabilities mentioned above, these should provide a terrific environment to make anything 3D. They say:
The place is currenly a blank canvas, where we plan to make it our own with the participation of any co-workers who would care to join in and help.
We suggest you get in contact with them soon if you have interest.