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MakerBay New HQs construction has started!

Construction MakerBay Tsuen Wan

MakerBay new HQs construction has started! We are so excited about it. I mean, look at this huge industrial space! This is the ground floor, it will be dedicated to heavy duty work (wod, metal, cast, large CNC).
3rd floor is nice and bright, for digital fabrication (3D printing, laser cutting, small CNC), textile, chem, bio, electronics and much more!
We will soon

  • share the final designs based on community discussion - asking for more feedbacks and ideas
  • announce the construction timeline so everyone has opportunities to get involved and gets their hands dirty
  • organise a campaign for early birds to join at the best rates

So stay tuned!

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  • Cesar on

    @Gan Qi: The studio is located in Tsuen Wan. But in the near future (April) MakerBay will partner with 6 youth centers in the New Territories and Kowloon to create mini makerspaces.

    @Mike YUEN: Awesome! We’re already doing construction work, but mostly dangerous tasks, which we cannot involve the public with. Very soon, we will share the final designs and timeline for construction – and we’d love to involve you for sure.
    We have taken your comments into account and the most recent DIYBio area is inside a “glassbox” to avoid contamination :)

  • Gan Qi on

    Will there be a studio in Kowloon Tong and/or Shatin area? There are many kids around willing to join.


  • Mike YUEN on

    I will like to help the setup of the new site as a volunteer. Any decorative, mechanical and electric work are welcome. Please contact me ….

  • Mike YUEN on

    The new design for the diybio group is not well because the style is a bench lab and rasies up so many dust and contamination problems. That also a dangerous setup to public. I think that is easy to construct a room for our group here with glass material so that It will be more transparent to public. And as the same time not occupy so much space in appearance.

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