Printlab Autodesk

partner organisations

organisations who support make:able with industry content and expert advice

Makers Making Change connect people with disabilities to volunteer makers to build assistive technologies via their innovative online platform.
Makers Making Change
PrintCity is an innovative hub of additive and digital manufacturing at Manchester Metropolitan University. They are home to manufacturing experts, designers, engineers and students on their MSc Industrial Digitalisation course.
Handprints e-NABLE Scotland is the Scottish chapter of the global network e-NABLE. They create 3D printed prosthetics completely free of charge for anyone who has need of one, be this in our local community or further afield.
Earle Baum Center is a nonprofit regional community center in Santa Rosa, California. They serve people with sight loss in Sonoma, Napa, Lake, and Mendocino Counties.
Earle Baum Center
MatterHackers was founded by people with with a serious passion for technology that helps you make things. They are the largest desktop 3D printing and digital fabrication retailer in the world.
Product Design Online allows you to quickly learn the correct techniques with their structured and easy-to-follow Fusion 360 courses for woodworking, 3D printing, and more.
Product Design Online

advisory board

teachers who support make:able
with education advice

Steven Jones is part of the Tinkercad Advisory Team and STEAM facilitator at L.J. Hauser Junior High School in Riverside, IL.
Steven Jones
L.J. Junior High School (USA)
The ETL at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center was established by rehabilitation engineer Andy E. Lin to evaluate, modify, and implement emerging technologies in their use with individuals with disabilities.
Andy Lin
Emerging Tech Lab (USA)
Becky Wynne is a 5th - 8th Grade Technology Enrichment and Project Lead the Way teacher at Maryville Middle School, MO.
Becky Wynne
Maryville Middle School (USA)
Ed Charlwood is the Director of Digital Learning at Latymer Upper School (UK), who has facilitated students through several assistive technology projects.
Ed Charlwood
Latymer Upper School (UK)
Nick Sharman graduated with a BA(Hons) in Product Design & Marketing and is now the Head of Design Technology & Engineering at Wimbledon High School (UK).
Nick Sharman
Wimbledon High School (UK)
Ceima Kemaldean is a Computer Services Coordinator at Olds Municipal Library (Canada), who actively runs and supports 3D printing workshops for the local community.
Ceima Kemaldean
Olds Municipal Library (Canada)
Dave Gaylord is a mechanical/biomedical engineer and the Vice President of Product and Technology at Matterhackers, the largest desktop 3D printing and Digital Fabrication retailer in the world.
Dave Gaylord
MatterHackers (USA)


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