The FUSE Makerspace

About The FUSE Makerspace

The FUSE Makerspace is a 13,400 square foot community center with tools that allow members to design, prototype, and create manufactured works.   The Makerspace provides a collection of industrial tools, fabrication laboratory tools, and manufacturing equipment for use in woodworking, metal fabrication, welding, rapid prototyping, 3-D printing, screen printing, jewelry making, and software.  FUSE is also home to Build with Robots and ABQID, a community funded accelerator program.

In partnership with Central New Mexico Community College (CNM), the Fuse Makerspace provides its members access to affordable, high-quality classes as well as mentoring from other makers and community members.

Chris Ziomek

Build with Robots Co-Founder

Location

FUSE Makerspace Building

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Date

MAR 22, 2017

Category

TECH WORKSHOP

Institution

CNM

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