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On Monday, May 2nd Mayor Jim Kenney attended a panel of tech community leaders to discuss how the City of Philadelphia plans to foster the growth of the local tech industry. […]
As Philadelphia’s most forward-thinking and tech-savvy development space and community, it stands to reason that NextFab has a strong educational focus. With eighty-eight college-level institutions and four hundred and fifty […]
“I was having kind of a bad day. I was between jobs, had a cold and was in a pretty foul mood all round. On my walk home from the […]
Musician and recording engineer, Peterson Goodwyn, was looking for components to add texture to his audio recordings. With analog recording gear becoming increasingly sought after and consequently, expensive, Goodwyn sought […]
Matt Watson, NextFab’s Metal Processes Manager, has been re-engineering the educational and instructional aspects of the metal shop. His focus on precision, accessibility and relevance to members needs, has built […]
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney visited our Washington Ave location with the Director of The Philadelphia Department of Commerce, Harold Epps, and other city officials, for a tour with NextFab Founder […]
With the help of NextFab, the University of Pennsylvania Electric Racing team has been racking up wins on the track with their zero emissions, zero-to-sixty-in-under-three-seconds, 115hp, Rev1 electric race car. […]
Check out the Honey Dipper project at North 4th utilizing the Roland MDX CNC and the wood lathe! To finish the highly successful Winter Open Studio Night sessions at NextFab […]
Martha is a cozy, eclectic new bar in the Kensington neighborhood of North Philly. Located at the corner of East York and Martha Street, the pub has been described as […]
9th grade student Sidharta “Sid” Vadaparty was dissatisfied with the accelerometer available in his high school physics class. He decided to make his own “portable, affordable and mod-able” version. With […]