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Node, Foundery, Fab Lab: Baltimore’s burgeoning makerspace culture

Baltimore City Paper has a cover feature this week on Baltimore's "emerging maker culture," and it dives into some of the spaces around town that are leading the charge

First floor of the Baltimore Foundery makerspace on South Central Avenue.

Baltimore City Paper has a cover feature this week on Baltimore’s “emerging maker culture,” and it dives into some of the spaces around town that are leading the charge, including ones Technically Baltimore has covered:

The piece is worth a read, and leads off with a 3-foot-tall robot inside the Baltimore Hackerspace on Landay Avenue.
Read the full story at Baltimore City Paper.

Companies: Community College of Baltimore County / Baltimore Foundery

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