MAKEX NEEDS YOUR HELP

The city is considering cutting funding to ALL teen services, which could be the end of not only MakeX but so many of the programs teens in Palo Alto rely on. To learn more and voice your opinion, please click here!

COVID-19 UPDATE (3/24/20)

As MakeX remains closed, we encourage you all to continue making form home! Additionally, we are working with local hospitals to provide them with 3D printed PPE amid shortages. Click the button below to learn how you can help!

MakeX

Welcome to MakeX! We are proudly the nation's first teen-founded-teen-run, free-access, community makerspace, or for short, NFTFTRFACM!

Community

We are committed to forming a community of creative minds. Our mentor team is dedicated to helping every visitor with their projects and ensuring they feel welcome in the maker community.

Tool Access

We provide access to state-of-the-art tools, software, and materials such as laser cutters, 3D printers, woodshop tools, and more... for FREE!

Project-based Learning

Learn to make and make to learn! We encourage our visitors to use projects as a means of education through our workshops.

What we do & why we do it

When can I come?

MakeX is

MakeX has no appointments, just come by and get making! We are open on Fridays from 4pm to 6pm for high school students only, and on Saturdays from 11am to 2pm for the general public.

We are located in the V building in Cubberley Community Center

4000 Middlefield Road

Palo Alto, CA, 94306

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MakeX Palo Alto

makexpaloalto.org

Friday: 4:15pm–6pm (high school students)

Saturday: 11am–2pm (general public)

 

Cubberley Community Center, Room V

4000 Middlefield Road

Palo Alto, CA 94306

Email: makexpaloalto@gmail.com

Fax: (011) 899-988-199-911-9725-3

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MakeX is a program of the City of Palo Alto.
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The official MakeX makerspace is funded and supported by the City of Palo Alto.

The website makexpaloalto.org is managed by student mentors in coordination with the City of Palo Alto.