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A mobile fablab to train people on digital fabrication skills

The Maker Auto

Mumbai, India
The goal of the Maker Auto is to bring the tools, materials, mentorship, and creative energy of the maker culture to the streets of Mumbai. Team: Coby Unger, Nikhil Shinde & Maker's Asylum
Introduction

What is The Maker Auto?

“The basic thought behind the auto was that the tools at Maker’s Asylum are limited to just one place right now. We wanted to take some of these tools out to the streets of Mumbai”

Vaibhav Chhabra, Founder - Maker's Asylum

The excitement and energy about innovation and building things within the maker culture is palpable. But how can we bring that creativity energy to to the streets of Mumbai in collaborative workshops and projects? Can we show the greater community that making and building things by is an essential part of some of the best innovations? The goal of the Maker Auto is to bring the tools, materials, mentorship, and creative energy of the maker culture to the streets of Mumbai. For more details - makerauto.tools



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5 - 18
Age Group
2 500
Children/Users
1
Country
2016
Established
For-profit
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79
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THE MAKER AUTO ON THE STREETS OF MUMBAI
THE MAKER AUTO ON THE STREETS OF MUMBAI

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