Makerspace Adelaide is a community fabrication workshop that endeavours to explore the possibilities of invention and innovation. Providing affordable access to a range of tools and digital technology, including laser cutters, Makerspace Adelaide brings together members of the general public and educates them on the importance of traditional making and engineering skills. Floor manager, Luke Tansell, is incredibly passionate about the initiative and takes great pride in helping members learn how to safely use the tools and equipment.
“We are about 700 square meters of creative possibility.” Luke Tansell, Makerspace Adelaide.
According to Luke, the Trotec Speedy 300 is “by far the most popular machine in Makerspace Adelaide”. The 80-watt CO2 laser cutter not only unlocks a myriad of opportunities for members, but also sparks creativity, enthusiasm and inspiration.