It has been in the works for a while but TwinState MakerSpaces, Inc. announced on Monday it has completed the purchase the Sawtooth Mill Building. The building on 46 Main Street in Claremont that will be use as the Claremont MakerSpace was once the Sullivan Machine Foundry Building.
Claremont MakerSpace will be a community oriented creative hub, designed to help its users put shape to their ideas. The MakerSpace will offer affordable, membership and access to specialty and hi-tech tools, education, room to work, as well as a community of likeminded creative people.
While working on the Claremont MakerSpace more than two dozen events, classes and. activities such as classes on 3d Printing, CNC Sewing, Bookbinding, Figure Drawing and Painting, LED Origami, Arduino, Computer Programming, an Entrepreneurship Series, a Bike Maintenance Workshop, Scribble Bots, and a 6week intensive Web Design class were held.
To learn more about Claremont MakerSpace and early membership discounts visit http://www.claremontmakerspace.org