Circular Makerspaces

it seems the partners involved in the Pop Machina EU-funded project are coming out with reports on what they’ve found, see Useful resources — Pop machina
e.g. Building circular maker capacity through training
https://pop-machina.eu/resources/downloads/D3.4

also see The Circular Economy - Makerspace Adelaide for what’s going on in Adelaide, Australia.

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That’s some good work.
I’ll draw/ref this in my own Masters work.

Related, found this paper yesterday that takes us down a few pegs:

this is new, from my university but from a unit I’m not affiliated directly with. will watch out for more from this project Towards circular prototyping – Part 1 | Aalto Design Factory