MELD Workshop has just opened the first full scale makerspace in Fargo!
John Schneider, founder of MELD Workshop, which stands for “Make, Educate, Learn, Do”, began pursuing his passion for making things following an incredible experience he had at Startup Weekend Fargo. The goal of Startup Weekend is to inspire others to do more, create things, and John did just that.
“MELD Workshop is like a gym membership, except with 3D printers and laser cutters” says John. MELD currently has three 3D printers, a laser cutter, and a variety of metal and woodworking equipment. You can find more about their equipment and projects here and here.
This new “gym membership” goes for 60 bucks a month, giving you full access to all the equipment and fun you can handle.
This Saturday, MELD Workshop is holding it’s grand opening. Emerging Prairie is looking forward to supporting another great startup in our community!
See the full press release below:
MELD Workshop holding makerspace grand opening
MELD workshop, a makerspace in Fargo, ND, is holding its grand opening on Saturday, October 5th from 12pm – 6pm.
During this free event there will be tours of the facility, refreshments, giveaways and demonstrations of equipment including 3D printers, a laser cutter/engraver, and metalworking equipment.
The space is located at 3041 ½ Main Avenue in Fargo, on the north end of the stripmall located at 3041 Main Ave.
For more info and to RSVP please visit the Eventbrite page.
About MELD Workshop
MELD Workshop, a makerspace, was founded in the summer of 2013 by John Schneider. A makerspace is a membership-based workshop that allows its members access to 3D printers, a laser cutter, metalworking equipment, workspace, general hand tools and a community of people who enjoy making things.
For additional info, please visit the website.