Introducing stamp cards in Amsterdam
Discover a new kind of flexible membership plan that fits around your own working lifestyle: at our site in Amsterdam we are introducing stamp cards! So are you a product designer, engineer, creative, maker, architect or artist? Are you looking for a workshop space full of traditional and cutting-edge tools and machinery for all your…
A making day for your team
Course Outline This half-day session is designed to give you an introduction to the world of 3D printing and its applications for the real world. You will explore the origins of 3D printing, the different types of machines and materials available and then get to try it out for yourself. Part theoretical, part practical, this…
Conor of Foresso
We catch up with Conor of Foresso, a full time member and Makerversity material maestro. Hi Conor can you tell us a bit about Foresso? Foresso is a material that I’ve been developing for the last year and a half, it’s an alternative to terrazzo that uses high quality British timber instead of stone or marble….
We’re hiring a Workshop Technician
That’s right, we are looking for someone with workshop technician experience and a passion for making and education to join our team at Makerversity London. The role is exciting and challenging and requires a broad range of skills. The successful candidate will be assisting the workshop manager in the day-to-day running of the space and…
Printing the city
Amongst the iconic buses, trains and TFL artwork of The London Transport Museum sit a huge map of a tiny London at a scale of 55,000 1:3500. Although impressive, the issue with this map is it is constantly going out of date. With a new iconic building being finished every month the museum needed a…
Get started in product design. #MVSkate – As it happened
We ran a course for fifteen 16 – 25 year olds who weren’t in training, education or employment to introduce them to the world of product design. As we’re so close to the iconic skate spot of the Southbank we’ve centred the course around skateboarding. The group will be using Autodesk 360 Fusion to model skate components, pressing their own skate decks and designing graphics to complete their very own full skateboard setup as well as learning about other product design processes.