A makerspace is a membership-based workshop that provides tools, workspace, trainings, and classes for its members.
Great Plains Makerspace is a 100% volunteer-run nonprofit organization governed by an unpaid Board of Directors. The organization is entirely funded by grants, donations, and membership dues.
In April 2021, we opened our membership-based workshop, which offers a wide range of tools, equipment, and hands-on training.
A monthly membership fee will give you access to a woodworking shop, laser cutter, 3-D printers, computer lab, audio/video recording studio, electronics/robotics shop, sewing & embroidery machines, and more. We also offer rentable studio space and storage space for your ongoing projects.
Check out our events calendar for upcoming classes!
GPMS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization that promotes DIY innovation, entrepreneurship, and technical knowledge in southwest Kansas.
Great Plains MakerSpace seeks to create an affordable community resource for those who share a DIY spirit and want to develop hands-on skills and entrepreneurship. Our shop will be an intersection of collaborative workspace, local expertise, and specialized tools and technology, enabling our members to work in a wide variety of disciplines.