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FUSE Makerspace

The FUSE Makerspace is a community center with tools that allow members to design, prototype, and create manufactured works. Partnering with Central New Mexico Community College gives our members access to affordable, high-quality classes as well as mentoring from other makers and community members. The Makerspace benefits from its location on the InnovateABQ campus and… Continue reading FUSE Makerspace


Quelab, located in Albuquerque, is a nonprofit organization entirely self-funded and membership-driven. It is staffed by volunteers. Facilities and amenities include: Laser cutters Digital arts lab with wide format photo printer & vinyl cutter 3D printer lab Photography dark room Wood shop Fiber arts Machine shop Hot area – welding, melting furnace WiFi, whiteboards, data projector Game… Continue reading Quelab

Cruces Creatives

Cruces Creatives is a non-profit makerspace committed to fostering economic development, furthering education, supporting the arts, protecting the environment, strengthening social connections, and advancing science and technology in Doña Ana County, New Mexico, by connecting people with the tools, training, and community to make practically anything. Tools and space include 3D printers, CNC machines, software,… Continue reading Cruces Creatives

Navajo Tech Innovation Center (NTIC)

NTIC is the first Native American business incubator to be certified by the State of New Mexico.  It is located on the Navajo Nation in Church Rock, near Gallup.  Membership includes access to: Conference room with audio/visual equipment Computer lab Designer lab High-speed internet Kitchen facilities (not a commercial kitchen) Receiptionist and waiting room NTIC… Continue reading Navajo Tech Innovation Center (NTIC)