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MakeHaven is for


The perfect place to create and get feedback on your early prototype or just engage with a community of people working on the frontiers of technology.


Connect with others who share your passion. Share the skills you have developed expand your horizons.


Experiment with new medium and challenge your ideas to create something unique. Hone woodworking, sewing or printmaking skills.




MakeHaven Market

We are building out a popup market place for our makers to sell hand crafted gifts. Open 3 weekends only in December. Learn about the Market



The tools to make anything! 


Wood shop

Full workshop with all the equipment  including: table saw, band-saw, CNC, lathe,  planer and hand tools.

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Metal SHop

Full metal working shop with saws, vertical mills, CNC machine, waterjet cutter, lathes, welding, jewelry making and blacksmithing.

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Textiles & Sewing

Sewing Machines, quilting machine, knitting machine, computerized embroidery and an area to layout and cut large fabrics.

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Ceramics & Plastics

Pottery wheel, and a kiln for pottery. Pressure pot and vacuum chamber to support casting. Vacuum former, injection molder, resin 3d printer, grinder and compression oven for plastics.

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MakeHaven is a full makerspace and Fab Lab. 

Digital Fabrication

Many 3d printers, laser cutters, CNC milling machines, access to design software and more.

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Electronics & Radio

Electronics workbench with oscilloscopes, soldering station, reflow oven, and ham radio with antennas on the roof.

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Media & Printmaking

Presses for woodblock, screen printing capabilities and a media room built for podcast and product photography.

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MA computerized home brewing system and Community Bio Lab capable of work with DNA and growing bio materials. 

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MakeHaven Raffle

We are hosting a charity raffle where you can win MakeHaven memberships or other donated prizes. Learn about Raffle


Stay Connected

We will email you about upcoming events and workshops.


Real-Time or Close-To-Real-Time Minimum Viable External/Remote 3D Printer Status Check

It would be handy to know how many of the 3D printers available for use are currently in-use, or to check up on a print remotely.

I understand the very real concerns regarding exposing 3D printer control interfaces to the public, which is why I instead propose we mirror the most basic of information (whether the device is currently in use, how long is left on a print, etc) to an externally accessible web-page, potentially on the MakeHaven site itself.

2 inch high waterjet brick panels for cutting glass and more delicate or intricate parts inother materials.

A flat and uniform support for the glass is essential to avoid cracking. The Waterjet Brick works well for cutting glass. Cut on top of Waterjet Brick to avoid frosting the back side of the glass with slat splashback. Avoids the risk of sprayback from slat deflection as much as possible. If the precautions are not taken to avoid sprayback, the glasspiece can be frosted or broken outright because of the spray pressure from the deflection.