The Apple Creek Maker Space is a collaborative workspace inside the Apple Creek Historical Society for making, learning, exploring, and sharing ideas. We are well equipped to teach and support people of all ages, skills in woodworking, 3D printing, CNC Laser, and associated computer programs. We desire to share our skills and facilities with our community.
We are a not-for-profit organization with volunteer instructors that enjoy sharing their talents with others. We have been supported by many companies and individuals that has allowed the maker Space to be well equipped. it is our desire to share this with others.
We schedule classes in a variety of subjects to allow people to learn how to operate our equipment and build projects. We are always looking for new subjects to teach based on interest.
The second Monday of each month we offer a Make-It Monday where you can bring any kind of project you have and use our equipment. Time 6:00 PM to 8:00. Instructors are available with advice or suggestions if needed. We can schedule other times with one of the instructors. There is no charge but we do accept donations.
You can contact one of the instructors if you have questions: Mike Buss - 330.749.5240, Ken Thomas - 330-264-7677 or Roger Rehm - 330.466.3777
Other Maker Spaces in the area
Schantz Maker Space
Berry Romich Foundation Maker Space
Akron U 3D Lab