Dallas Makerspace

The Future 50 in Dallas-Fort Worth 2023: Meet the Game-Changing Disruptors Driving Innovation and Impact

by | Mar 16, 2023
These standouts—startup founders, tech pioneers, educators, creators, social innovators, and business leaders—are transforming entire industries and making waves in their respective fields. 
Leading the Way: The Education Innovators of the 2023 Future 50 in Dallas-Fort Worth
by | Mar 16, 2023

Meet the education innovators who are driving change in their communities and beyond. These forward-thinking individuals are among the Future 50 in Dallas-Fort Worth, our editors’ picks of trailblazers who are shaping the future in their industries.

From improving the learning experience with gamification to addressing high rates of principal turnover, these education innovators are disrupting the status quo with their groundbreaking solutions....

The ‘World’s Largest Volunteer-Run Makerspace’ is in Dallas, and it’s Doubling In Size
by | Jul 9, 2019
The nonprofit was "busting at the seams" with members and projects, and decided an expansion was necessary. Check out what's being built, carved, repurposed, sewn, laser-cut, and more with our tour of the space (and its creators).
Not Sure Which DFW Makerspace Is Right For You? Here’s Your Guide
by | Aug 23, 2016
The makerspace community in Dallas-Fort Worth and has something to offer everyone from video gamers and podcasters to quilters and graphic designers.

3 Things: It’s Not Too Late to Celebrate ‘National Week of Making’

by | Jun 23, 2016
Today's stories include National Week of Making, a company geared toward keeping police safe, and Instagram and Twitter are introducing new features.
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If You Can Dream It, You Can Make It at the Dallas Makerspace
by | Jan 15, 2016
Dallas Makerspace, a nonprofit workshop and laboratory in Carrollton, played key roles in SweetBot’s inspiration, development, and ongoing commercialization.
Invention: State of Innovation in Dallas-Fort Worth
by | Dec 15, 2015
North Texas’ reputation as a hub for invention got a big boost last month when the United States Patent and Trademark Office christened its fourth and final regional office in downtown Dallas.