After nearly a decade of operations, Dallas Makerspace is getting a whole lot bigger.
The volunteer-run 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit bills itself as the “world’s largest” makerspace of its kind. It’s moved locations three times, starting at a warehouse in the Lake Highlands Area, to an industrial area off of Harry Hines.
Now, it has announced a major expansion, adding 20,000 square feet to its existing facility for a total of 36,000 square feet.
“The expansion was a business necessity,” James Henningson, board member and President Pro Tem, says. “We have become so popular that we were busting at the seams with members and their projects. Doubling our size allows us room to work as well as the room to offer new services to the community such as glass, lapidary, and printmaking.”
The Makerspace’s mission is to provide its members with tools, worktables, and…