So Make It is a non-profit Makerspace in Southampton, UK - a friendly and inclusive place for people who like making things to sharing knowledge, experience and tools.
The interests of the current membership focus on subjects of wood- and metal-work, costume design, photography and of course technology (3D printing, microcontrollers (Arduino, etc), robotics, home automation, computers (Raspberry Pi, etc) and programming). We have a significant number of tools available to facilitate these activities and our members are often willing to lend their own personal tools too.
Membership is not required to use the space, please just pop in during our Opening Hours and see what we’re about; hopefully you might consider joining us on our journey to bring maker-culture to everyone!
We’re located in Unit K6, Pitt Road, Freemantle, Southampton (SO15 3FQ) – for more information about how to get here, see the Visit us page!
We’ve 10 keyholders so far and plans to increase this significantly, the space opens whenever a keyholder is available to open it; however we commit to always trying to open at the following times in order for guests to come and visit the space:
Saturdays from 2pm
Southampton Makerspace is located in Southampton, and serves Hampshire, Dorset and the surrounding area including Eastleigh, Winchester, Portsmouth, the New Forest and the Isle of Wight. Other makerspaces/hackerspaces in the region include: Dorset Constructorium in Bournemouth, SHH! (Surrey and Hampshire Hackspace) in Farnborough, Reading Hackspace, and BuildBrighton Hackspace.
A hackerspace (also referred to as a hacklab, makerspace, or hackspace) is a community-operated workspace where people with common interests, often in computers, technology, science, digital art or electronic art, can meet, socialise and/or collaborate.