Maker Station is a Gym for Makers,
a DIY makerspace to share
Learning, Expertise, Tools, and Space.
Sharing of . . .
Maker Station is about learning new skills and trades and about teaching and sharing. We don’t offer accredited training, but MS and MS Members run workshops and Meet-ups from time to time. Like most real learning it happens on the ‘job’, so join and get MAKING.
Maker Spaces are about community and sharing expertise. There is a lot of experience and expertise in our group. But we also connect, refer to and rely on our combined networks of experts outside in the community.
MS members can book Workshop facilities and Tools by the hour. We have a very wide range of Tools, covering multiple disciplines and trades, but if we don’t have the right tools for your job, we’ll do our best to help you find it in the network.
MS Members can book Workstation and Studio space, as well as space to run meet-ups and workshops. If we don’t have the right space we’ll do our best to help you find it in the network.
Maker Station in partnership with
I2P+Lab Pilot project
NWU, VUT and Maker Station with support from the DST is launcing the first I2P+Plus Lab pilot project.
These are just some of the past projects, from Maker Station members and guests.
Maker Station was founded in 2013 by brothers Manus and Felix Holm, it comprises 800 square meters with various studios and work stations to rent and a large range of tools and facilities to book to build your projects.
9 Plein Street, Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa
Land line +27 21 447 2018
Cell +27 72 559 8653