Whether you’re wanting to pick up woodworking or looking to 3D print a prototype for your new invention, the GJ MakerSpace has you covered.
The MakerSpace is a membership-based program within the Business Incubator, located at 2591 Legacy Way. It is a hub for creators in Mesa County, who want to flex their brains through woodworking, 3D printing and laser cutting, to name a few services.
“We’re like a gym but instead of exercise equipment, we have tools,” said MakerSpace Director Joe Elliott.
The MakerSpace opened on May 28, 2014, and a grant from the city paid for the first pieces of equipment.
Essentially, it’s a limb of the Business Incubator. Business owners can receive advice and help with the latter, then use the former to apply what they’ve learned and work out…