BUY MEMBERSHIP

A Space for Every Maker

Our Makerspace at 192 Spadina Ave is an innovation and technology hub, designed to support a community of makers in their creative pursuits, passions or profession. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced Maker, a membership to our space comes with access to amazing tools:

  • A fleet of 3D Printers (Makerbot Replicator 2 & 2x)
  • Epilog Laser 2×1 foot bed
  • Open-Source Laser-Cutter (120 Watt LaserSaur, 2×4 foot bed) (unavailable until January 2019)
  • CNC Machine (4×8 foot work area, can cut woods and some plastics)
  • Full Wood Shop (table saw, jointer, 13″ thickness planer, wood lathe, band saw, chop saw)
  • Discounted skills training with our in-house experts on all Makerspace equipment

Makerspace Membership

Makerspace Membership is $77+HST/month. Storage, workshops and time on the CNC machine are separate. You can join our community, sign up and book time here. Please email us at Contact@IRBE.org to arrange a tour. You can also visit the space during our open free Community Nights, from 7:00pm to 10:00pm every Wednesday to see the space in action. No appointment necessary, just drop by! Please note, you need to take a woodshop certification course to use the woodshop during community night.

About Our Community of Makers

The Makerspace is a welcoming, positive place for artists, hobbyists and professionals from all backgrounds and experience levels. Join a friendly, knowledgeable, close-knit community of innovative Makers from across many disciplines! We are committed to developing our members’ contributions to the broader Maker movement and to providing high-quality learning opportunities with some of the best open-source technology available.

Location and Hours

The Makerspace is a welcoming, positive place for artists, hobbyists and professionals from all backgrounds and experience levels. Join a friendly, knowledgeable, close-knit community of innovative Makers from across many disciplines! We are committed to developing our members’ contributions to the broader Maker movement and to providing high-quality learning opportunities with some of the best open-source technology available.