San Juan College hopes to spark entrepreneurship with Makerspace

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San Juan College hopes to spark entrepreneurship with Makerspace

Designers can develop, make products with specialized tools
Bilasáana, located in downtown Farmington, sells handcrafted silver and leather Apple watch bands. The leather component is cut using a laser cutter at the San Juan College Big Idea Makerspace.
Bilasáana, located in downtown Farmington, sells handcrafted Native American Apple accessories. Owner Charles Lynch said using the laser cutter at the San Juan College Big Idea Makerspace to create the leather bands has decreased the production time.
Charles Lynch, owner of Bilasáana, displays bands recently cut at the San Juan College Big Idea Makerspace using its laser cutter.
Leather watchbands hang in Charles Lynch’s workspace at Bilasáana in downtown Farmington.
In addition to a laser cutter, the makerspace at San Juan College also has 3D printers.

San Juan College hopes to spark entrepreneurship with Makerspace

Bilasáana, located in downtown Farmington, sells handcrafted silver and leather Apple watch bands. The leather component is cut using a laser cutter at the San Juan College Big Idea Makerspace.
Bilasáana, located in downtown Farmington, sells handcrafted Native American Apple accessories. Owner Charles Lynch said using the laser cutter at the San Juan College Big Idea Makerspace to create the leather bands has decreased the production time.
Charles Lynch, owner of Bilasáana, displays bands recently cut at the San Juan College Big Idea Makerspace using its laser cutter.
Leather watchbands hang in Charles Lynch’s workspace at Bilasáana in downtown Farmington.
In addition to a laser cutter, the makerspace at San Juan College also has 3D printers.
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