MakerLabs is Vancouver's largest makerspace. They provide the tools, space, and know-how to allow anybody to create almost anything!
MakerLabs was born out of a vision to create the best possible space for making, and is made up of 42,000 square feet of workshops, studios, and common areas. The communal working areas include: a woodshop, metal shop, CNC router table, laser cutters, sewing machines, and an electronics area. Each tool and work area have a corresponding class to teach people how to safely use each tool.
A strong maker community has been cultivated at MakerLabs, where they exchange knowledge, help each other, and collaborate. MakerLabs has communal areas for working, hanging out, and cooking, as well as a culture of open concept, yet private, studio spaces so makers can be inspired by what is going on around them.