MakersCAFE seeks to educate a wider audience by showcasing laser and 3D printers at an East London coffee shop

At MakersCAFE, a joint coffee shop and makerspace in East London, you can drink coffee from a 3D mug—and watch that mug made right before your eyes.

Customers can either submit designs in person or online through RazorLab, the café's automated 24/7 service, and the café's team will turn these ideas into material reality with the café's set of 3D printers and laser cutters.

MakersCAFE owner and founder, Soner Onzenc, emphasizes that while the space does serve as a traditional makerspace, it is open to everyone, regardless of tech expertise:

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