South Dallas Makerspace Adds Electronics Lab

The new 500-square-foot E-Lab will offer tools such as an oscilloscope, soldering and rework station, multimeters, and random function generator.

Dallas Makerspace

ACME Creation Lab has added an electronics haven to its mix of offerings for creatives. 

The South Dallas makerspace is housed in a converted warehouse space at 1219 S. Riverfront Blvd. 

The new 500-square-foot E-Lab will offer tools such as an oscilloscope, soldering and rework station, multimeters, and random function generator, according to ACME’s website

Members pay $50 a month for access to the community workspace anytime seven days a week. This month, ACME plans to begin renting out private studio spaces from 200 to 300 square feet. 

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