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More on MakersFactory’s move to Cabrillo

By Kara Guzman
Santa Cruz Sentinel

[Editor’s note: On December 30, Santa Cruz Tech Beat published MakersFactory Partners with Cabrillo, moves to Campus. The following articles dives in deeper and provides more information about the move.]


Makers Factory President Dave Britton moved the learning and fabrication company from downtown Santa Cruz to Cabrillo College where they may offer classes through Cabrillo’s Extension Program. (Credit: Dan Coyro)

Santa Cruz 3-D learning company MakersFactory may soon have a new home at Cabrillo College, offering classes and training through the campus extension program.

The for-profit company has moved two 3-D printers and relocated its administrative offices to Cabrillo’s Visual, Applied and Performing Arts complex. It shuttered its former Cruzio headquarters on Jan. 1.

Pending a Cabrillo board decision on Monday, MakersFactory’s short-term rental agreement may be extended to at least one year, said Scott Johnson, Cabrillo’s director of community and contract education.

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