Where our work comes to life.
In mid-2019, a mere couple of months after we began operations, we opened our doors in Troy, MI USA. After years of tinkering, manufacturing, and invention in our founder, Danielle Boyer's, kitchen, it was finally time to find a better space when we received our first order of fifty robotics kits. Thanks to InVanse Technologies, we have a space to call home. Our wacky and creative space is used to manufacture robotics kits, invent new creations, and teach students. We have decked our shop our in our art, designs by our students, and things that make us proud and represent our cultures. We are proud to have a safe space for youth by youth, one that was created with our students and community in mind.
Based in Troy, MI USA
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Updates: What Our Shop Looks Like Today
We will be expanding to a second location by Summer 2022 with an industrial focus. Right now, we are not able to meet our manufacture demand and will be creating a larger space with more manufacturing equipment and a space for volunteers and full-time team members. If you would like to donate space or machinery, please reach out to us. We are looking for a mill, table saw, wave soldering machine, drill press, and an industrial 3D printer. Any and all tools, old and new, are appreciated as well.
Our Active Learning Corner
On our ladder shelf, we feature student designs and 3D prints of our favorite animals so that they can climb around after we leave for the day, Toy Story style. We built our workbenches and tables.
Whether it be scientific posters, buckets of robot parts, or a wall of electrical diagrams... we have it all!
We use a super cool 3D printer that uses only recycled plastic!
Printing, Creating, Thinking
Custom art by our founder, Danielle Boyer, to represent our students.
Soldering in Style
Photography by Rebeca Da Silva Photography.