Combining a machine shop, wood shop, co-working and classroom space, Makerhaus offers everything to go from mind to made.

Housed in a 10,000 square foot facility in Seattle's Fremont area, Makerhaus is a sanctuary for the creatively inclined looking to bring a physical idea to life. Equipped with a metal shop, wood shop, 3D printers, laser cutter, co-working space, classroom, conference room, and materials library, Makerhaus sees itself as an “incubator and facilitator for creative minds to support  their business.”

Finding a lack of easily accessible tools and prototyping equipment, Ellie and Mike Kemery founded the manufacturing collective with the hope of creating an environment where members can create and develop their ideas in a collaborative environment.

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