At the OC Makerspace we follow the tradition of learning by making. Our basic training classes provide you with the skills you need to safely use our equipment. Advanced classes are available to provide a deeper understanding in advanced trades and techniques. Browse and register for our courses at Meet up.  Hands on  learning is directed to giving you a quick start to learning essential skills to execute your idea


Be a part of the Maker Movement! Grow your capabilities with fellow makers and take educational workshops to expand your skill sets. Get inspired to come up with your next big idea. Rub elbows with a professional staff and industry leaders and be a part of a team in a learning environment. We want cultivate, incubate and foster a creative workspace, build community, and projects.


Host your club meetings and events at the OC Makerspace. Our Meeting space gives you access to overhead projectors, group conference table, and computers to ensure an interactive and productive experience.  Email us, info@ocmakerspace.org for pricing and more information. 

The 3D printing process employs virtual part models from computer aided design (CAD) software. The CAD files are converted into horizontal cross-sections, which are then built, layer atop layer in succession until the model is successfully completed.

Additive fabrication (3D Printing) employs a wide variety of liquid photopolymers, powdered thermoplastic materials and metals. These materials are fused in process to create functional prototypes.

With the use of additive fabrication (SLA®, SLS®, DMLS, FDM® & PolyJet) it is possible to:

  • Create almost any shape or geometric feature without the need for elaborate machine set up or final assembly.
  • Fabricate working prototypes utilizing a combination of materials, or as composite.
  • Simplify the construction of complex objects to a manageable, fast and efficient process.

3D Printing is a powerful tool for product developers and engineers who wish to better evaluate and communicate their product designs. Functional Prototypes can greatly aid in the design of rapid tooling, and ultimately in the manufacturing process of the final product.

Rapid Prototyping is commonly used in the following industries:

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Consumer Products
  • Electronics
  • Medical and Dental
  • Sporting Goods
  • Entertainment

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