What is a Maker Space?
A Makerspace is a community-operated workspace where people with common interests, often in computers, machining, technology, science, digital art or electronic art, can meet, socialize and collaborate.
Since 2012 Cyberia Ltd has operated the Cyberia Makerspace located near 30th & Shadeland on the East Side of Indianapolis. Cyberia Makerspace is an inclusive community center which promotes individual learning with mentorship, experimentation and creativity. Cyberia Makerspace maintains a wide array of equipment which is made available to members either free or at minimal cost. Equipment includes metal mills and lathes for machining, welding and plasma cutting, sandblasting, kiln, woodworking, electronics lab, ham radio station, computer virtualization lab, laser engraver/cutter, CNCs, STEAM Engine and SeeMeCNC Rostock Max filament-based 3D printers, Formlabs Form 1+ 3D printer, and more.
You will need to be registered at this site to sign up for classes, get notices about our classes and events, or become a paying member and get access to the Club Cyberia Makerspace. Take a few moments and keep in touch with us!