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It is interesting that they seem to explicitly shun the whole realm of software and electronics. I guess that is why it is a maker space and not a hacker space? It would serve as a great supporting resource for someone working on a hardware project, but seems to lack the complete package with nary an oscilloscope or soldering station in sight. Worst-case, it could end up as a ghetto of makers of jewelry and phone cases.