KEVICC, Totnes

King Edward VI Community College Design and Technology Faculty  has opened up its doors, and access to resources and expertise, in partnership with Fablab Exeter as part of a county wide scheme  giving local people and businesses access to cutting edge technologies and workshop facilities aswell as students.

KEVICC maker space provides a low-cost digital workshop equipped with the latest laser-cutters, 3D printers and scanners, Computer Numerical Control (computer controlled) router, 3D milling machines, electronics bench and programming and design tools, where users can “make almost anything”.

KEVICC has aready been working with Makesouthwest to trial new ways of developing progression routes for students and building links between education and industry. Examples include collaborating with Makernow in Falmouth on remote skills sharing sessions online and  a pilot entrepreneur maker-in-residence scheme.

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