We were delighted to read the latest from our friends at Colonnade House in Worthing. Back in 2020 we helped them explore the idea of a makerspace, and it’s now a reality!
They’ve purchased 3D printers and a laser cutter and worked with residents, artists and designers to test what they could do with the technology.
Since then, they loaned their 3D printer to community groups to print face visors for health care workers during the pandemic and also worked with Colonnade House tenant, Chris Andrews, to laser cut components for a model railway.
It’s great stuff, and shows what’s possible in seaside towns like ours.