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February 3, 2014 7:00 AM

SLO MakerSpace gives members a place to build, tinker and experiment

SLO MakerSpace opened Feb. 1 behind Trader Joe’s in San Luis Obispo. It offers equipment, classes, projects and mentors to help people turn their ideas into reality. Members have access to traditional woodworking and metal construction tools as well as fabrication tools. It’s kind of like joining a gym. Workshop memberships are $40 a month, and full workshop memberships are $95 a month. Family members can be added for an additional fee.

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