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Wolf H.




Member since:

March 23, 2014

What attracted you to the Wellington Makerspace?

An acquaintance who is also a member recommended you to me - and I hear that you have a CNC laser-cutting machine that I might be able to use to create small objects out of fiberboard. I have a design for a dice tower already, and am eager to see if my design will actually work.

What is your definition of a doer?

In the most simple terms, a doer is someone who does things. It's not a word I generally use, so the word doesn't carry much connotation for me. In the context of the Wellington Makerspace, I assume that "doer" would generally refer to someone who is proactive, motivated, and uses modern technology to create real-world things.


Tech guru at the Wellington Makerspace for over a year now, and still loving it!

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