Provide the general public with the required elements necessary to create their own projects using their own materials and knowledge.

We do offer free educational classes to anyone free of charge. Membership is not required to attend classes.

We do not offer goods or services.

There are facilities to create a viable community and work environment for those who enjoy working on various types of projects. These projects may range from electronics, arts, engineering, software coding, fabrication, food related, beer brewing, crafting, 3D printing and lasering just to name a few. Creating and modifying items to generate a new or better form is our passion.

A Makerspace, a place where people make things, also referred to as a Hackerspace, is a laboratory of sorts for people in the community who are interested in designing things, learning new stuff, and generally being creative!
Makerspaces have a set of community-owned tools to share. Our space offers machine shop tools, woodworking tools, electronics equipment, and other fabrication devices.
We host classes and events to help encourage people to learn and create. Many members join with the intention to work on individual projects and find that the members are able to share their insight on a variety of subjects and tools that otherwise would be out of reach to a typical hobbyist.
It’s a great chance to meet other people who share an interest in making while expanding your own skills..

There are many things that members of a Makerspace may be interested in.
Some items include:
– Fabrication
– Metalworking
– Woodworking/Carpentry
– Prototyping
– Electronics
– Programming/Software
– Mechanics
– Physics
– Robotics
– Arts
– Crafts
– Chemistry
– 3d printing
– Laser cutting
– Microcontrollers
– Arduino
– Raspberry Pi
– The latest gadgets
… and much, much more!

How to join

Membership is not required to attend classes. Members of the Melbourne Makerspace enjoy 24/7/365 access to the facility, and may use tools while at Melbourne Makerspace. We do not loan tools for use elsewhere.   (Note that some tools will require training, or some form of proof that you won’t cut your fingers off, or burn your remaining good eye).

* 3D Printer(s)
* Laser cutter/engraver
* Electronics workbench
* Drill press, table saw, sander, welder, lathe and many woodworking and hand tools
* Library stocked with Make, Circuit Cellar, and 2600 magazines.

The link to the form to become a member is located on our CONTACT page.

The membership fee is $60 per month. If you want to include your significant other, add another $25 to that.

For more information there many ways to contact us.

Membership FAQ is located here.

Or join the discussion please visit our forums!

Information About Our Formal Corporation

Corporate filings with Florida Department Of State Division Of Corporations