Staten Island MakerSpace

Staten Island MakerSpace

Stapleton, Staten Island, New York
(68 Reviews)

Staten Island MakerSpace was founded in 2013 by sculptors, DB Lampman and Scott Van Campen.  DB works in mixed mediums, and has a background in dance, performance art, and arts administration. Scott is a metalworker and in addition to making sculpture, has operated his architectural metalworking business New York Custom Fabricators in the space at 450 Front Street for the last ten years. 

We are a non-profit, community co-working space for makers, builders, tinkerers, hardware developers, hobbyists, artists, entrepreneurs, and anyone with a curious mind who wants to make something. We offer memberships to individuals and groups to use the tools and equipment in our 6000 sq ft facility. We also offer workshops and other resources to make your ideas come to life.

Our goal is to create a community of makers and foster an environment of entrepreneurial spirit and invention, by providing equipment and space to a membership that includes skilled craftspeople as well as weekend hobbyists. 

Our members are artists, craftspeople, engineers, makers, creators, and thinkers that work together to collect tools and resources for our membership who might not otherwise afford, store, or use them individually. We use these resources to encourage our members to develop and start small businesses in our community and to encourage collaboration and experimentation across disciplines.

Reviews of Staten Island MakerSpace

(68 Reviews)
Valentines Day Couples Welding

Alexia G.

Attended: Valentines Day Couples Welding

This class was an awesome first look into welding for my partner and I. We had so much fun, and our instructors were knowledgeable, experienced, and kind. It has definitely sparked (pun intended) an interest in taking more welding classes.

Intro to Mig Welding

Robert B.

Attended: Intro to Mig Welding

Great course, I made much more progress than I expected to in 3 weeks! You can't get the crucial feedback of an instructor from a youtube video or book. I highly recommend taking it if you want to learn to weld right.

TIG Welding

Glenn E.

Attended: TIG Welding

The instructor was interesting, well spoken with a wealth of knowedge he shared with the class.

Tangible Ideas: An Introduction to 3D Printing

Peter W.

Attended: Tangible Ideas: An Introduction to 3D Printing

Very basic introduction to 3d printing for those who have no prior knowledge or experience. Ample resource material is provided via internet for at home reading, and a basic 3d modeling program is demonstrated with hands on use by the class. I was disappointed, however, that a large hands on portion of the class didn't quite work out... the 3d printer provided for demonstration purposes was never able to work... and that was the main point for my being there.

Tangible Ideas: An Introduction to 3D Printing

mike b.

Attended: Tangible Ideas: An Introduction to 3D Printing

Very informative, great instructor with real world experience.

Intro to Woodworking

Aliyah A.

Attended: Intro to Woodworking

More than happy with this class! Amazing and very patient instructor. Would take this class again.

Basic MIG Welding

Rae Y.

Attended: Basic MIG Welding

Our instructor was phenomenal. Thanks for an experience of a lifetime!

Plasma Cutting

ed c.

Attended: Plasma Cutting

Informative and fun class with a small group and knowledgable teacher. A great artists and artisan space with multiple uses. Look forward to more classes at Makerspace. If you take SIR from the south of Staten Island, sit in back of the train and exit is right there, space is short 2 blocks away. Easy access.

Valentines Day Couples Welding

Dahlia B.

Attended: Valentines Day Couples Welding

This class was incredible and the instructors were attentive and extremely informative. They taught us plasma cutting and MIG welding (including the physics behind how the tools work) and each couple got to create their own design. My husband and I went for something simple since we were complete newbies and the instructors were beside us every step of the way. Other couples had a little bit more experience and they gave them more free range to use the tools. An amazing experience and would highly recommend!

Cabinetry 101: Table Top Wooden Shelving Unit

Tricia G.

Attended: Cabinetry 101: Table Top Wooden Shelving Unit

Great class in a great space! Our teacher Allison was very knowledgeable. She covered all the basics and answered questions the students had about their individual projects. It was a good beginner class. I would highly recommend it.

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Questions about this school?
450 Front St, Staten Island, New York 10304
Staten Island MakerSpace
Stapleton, Staten Island
450 Front St
Btwn Canal & Thompson Streets
Staten Island, New York 10304

Our address is 450 Front St, but our entrance is on Thompson St, between Bay and Front. Take the Staten Island Railroad two stops to the Stapleton station from the St. George Ferry Terminal. You can also reach us via the S78 bus on Bay Street. Our entrance is next door to Tony's Auto.

Teachers at Staten Island MakerSpace

Allie Stambaugh Allison Samuels Andrew Cowen Andrew H. Berks April Day Epstein Arlette Cepeda, Linda Hauck & Petrushka Bazin Arne Olsen Aubry Padmore Brigitta Winkler Cara Liander and Dana Morgan Carl Johnson Carol A Joyce Carol A Joyce Chris O'Brien Christian Reinsch Claudine Lucas Darren Corona David Mills DB Lampman & Guests Doug Schwab Dustin Peabody Emily Perina Erin Kelli Kilbane Frank Misa and Nelson Gutiérrez Jarred Sutton Jason Kass Jesse D. Burke Kern and Burn Lex Dreitser Libs Elliot Lucy Fradkin Luke Gayford Marina Roselli Melinda "Mindy" Bacon Melissa Quijano Michael Gibilaro Michael Perina Michael Ardito Mickey Fortanasce & Jennifer Wesnousky Mickey Fortanasce & Jennifer Wesnousky Mona Oman Nan Smith Nick Capofari Ryan McGivern Scott Van Campen Sean Torres Tattfoo Tan Tenaya Hurst The Daft Junk Team Walk Keen Padilla Yasi Moussavi
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