Fair Use Building and Research Makerspace

Visit New Jersey's first Makerspace, Fair Use Building and Research (FUBAR), A non-profit corporation  created in 2009 located in Highland Park, NJ

As New Jersey's first Makerspace, Fair Use Building and Research (FUBAR), a New Jersey non-profit corporation was created in 2009 a group of like minded people who wanted a place to learn, share ideas, and tackle projects. FUBAR is an open community offering classes, workshops, study groups, and long term projects. Members are collectively responsible for running and maintaining the space. There are two types of membership: $50.00 per month for “keyholding core members”, and $25 per month for associate membership.  Fair Use Building And Research Labs is located at 403 Cleveland Avenue, Highland Park, NJ 08904.  There is free on-street parking, as well as a lot. The space is a 25 minute walk from the New Brunswick train station on the Northeast Corridor Line, or a 10 minute walk from NJ Route 27/Raritan Ave where the NJ Transit 810 and 814 buses stop.

Visit their website at http://fubarlabs.org/

What are Makerspaces?

Makerspaces (also known as Hackerspaces, Creative Spaces, Fab Labs, Makelabs and in California - Makerhoods), according to Wikipedia,  are open community labs where members with common interests (e.g., engineering, computer programming, inventing, graphic design, etc.) gather to share resources, knowledge, career networking and build new devices.  Generally, makerspaces are designed to meet the following needs:

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