makerspace

or mak·er space

[mey-ker-speys]

noun

a collaborative workshop that supplies equipment and technology, as 3D printers, soldering tools, industrial sewing machines, etc., for creative projects.

Nearby words

  1. makemie,
  2. makemie, francis,
  3. makeover,
  4. maker,
  5. maker's mark,
  6. makeshift,
  7. makeup,
  8. makeweight,
  9. makeyevka,
  10. makhachkala

Origin of makerspace

First recorded in 2000–05; maker (in sense “hobbyist who makes tangible physical objects”) + space

Also called Fab Lab [fab lab] /ˈfæb ˌlæb/.

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