Congratulations! You are now the proud owner of a Makerspace.
The Basic Makerspace Starter Kit includes:
MakerspaceStarterKit1.pdf (Sign and free resource list)
The Deluxe Makerspace Starter Kit aka the Gift Version adds either a laser cut or 3D printed makerspace sign.
MakerSpaceSignLaser.pdf for laser cutting on Epilog Zing.
MakerspaceSignTop3D.stl and MakerspaceSIgnBase3D.stl for 3D printing.
MakerspaceSignVector.svg to modify for material thickness.
The Workshop Makerspace Starter Kit aka Makerspace in a Bag includes all the previous items plus a 3D printed object, an LED throwie and other maker projects that can fit inside a plastic sandwich bag.
The idea of the Makerspace Starter Kit is to reduce the conceptual barrier to entry by changing the mindset from starting a makerspace to strategies for growing a makerspace.
Read more about the Makerspace Starter Kit at http://designmaketeach.com/2014/04/07/makerspace-starter-kit/
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Directions: Please read the Makerspace Welcome Letter then download and print the MakerspaceStarterKit1.pdf and the Mini Maker Notebook. MakerspaceStarterKit1.pdf should be folded with a hamburger fold then a second hamburger fold so the words in bold are on the outside. Folding instructions for the Mini Maker Notebook can be found at http://www.pocketmod.com/howto. Find out more about the Mini Maker Notebook here.