Although we are a makerspace for members to produce projects for themselves, we also provide fabrication and production services on all of our machines and processes. These services are quoted for on a case by case basis. To quote, we need ready-to-go files from which we can work out machining time and costs.
Our 3-axis ShopBot CNC machine has a working area of 2440 x 1220mm (8′ x 4′) and is capable of cutting various woods and plastics.
We also offer finishing services such as sanding and oil treatment.
We have two laser cutters, an Epilog Mini 24 and Laserscript LS1290. The smaller Epilog (600x300mm work area) is ideal for intricate detailed engraving and smaller parts, whilst the Laserscript with it’s large 1200x900mm work area is ideal for larger pieces.
Our Ultimaker 3D printers allow us to run good quality FDM prints relatively quickly. Our 3D printing services are the ideal rapid prototyping facility.
We generally print with PLA and have wide variety of colours to choose from.
Prices starting from £70 ex VAT (not including materials).
Typical lead time: 14 working days
Take a look at our CNC Setup Guide for information on how to correctly prepare your files to send to us.
Prices starting from £40 ex VAT (not including materials).
Typical lead time: 3-7 working days
Take a look at our Laser Setup Guide for information on how to correctly prepare your files to send to us.
Prices starting from £25 ex VAT (not including materials).
Typical lead time: 3-5 working days
Take a look at our 3D Printing Setup Guide for information on how to correctly prepare your files to send to us.
Opendesk Recommended Maker
Machines Room has been a maker for Opendesk for over 3 years. Along the way we have worked closely with them to improve our CNC production processes significantly, whilst also giving direct and immediate feedback about their products to help improve them for everyone.
As a result of our ever growing partnership we are proud to be named one of their Recommended Makers and will continue producing their wonderful products to the highest quality in to the future.
If you would like to find out more about Opendesk and their method for localised manufacturing, their products, or maybe you would like to make one of their pieces at Machines Room yourself, head on over to their website at opendesk.cc