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Ffiws
Maker-Space

Our Maker Space is open to all M-SParc tenants and members of the Enterprise Hub. The Ffiws that goes On Tour with M-SParc is open to all.

What is Ffiws

Ffiws is a makerspace, simply put – a communal space where you can make things! The space contains a variety of equipment that you can use free of charge.  This was created in partnership with Menter Môn, Gwynedd Council, Arloesi Glwynedd Wledig and Cynllun Arfor, there are Ffiws maker-spaces located all over the region, so you may see the logo in several locations.

The technology available in Ffiws will enable users to prototype or test products and ideas, design or brand your business, or you can get creative for fun – this could lead to brand new innovations too!

Ffiws is open to everyone in the community, from experienced makers, young people, groups, and those that have no previous experience with the technology and would like to learn more. In Ffiws we can all learn from each other and share ideas, the creative spark could come from a chance encounter! 

We offer full inductions on all of the machines and health and safety briefings to make sure you enjoy Ffiws safely!

We also have FFIWS maker spaces in our #OnTour locations across north wales!

Find out more here! 

FFIWS MAKER SPACE

Equipment available:

  • Vinyl Cutter
  • Heat Press
  • Mug Press
  • 3D Printer
  • Laser Cutter
SUCCESS STORIES
M-SParc Tenants, Menter Mon

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For two years the Tech Tyfu pilot initiative - delivered by not-for-profit organisation Menter Mon - has worked with growers in Gwynedd and Anglesey to develop fresh micro greens using sustainable, water-based hydroponic methods.

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Tom Burke

Digital Innovation Manager

tom@m-sparc.com

Tom used to work at the KFC in his hometown of Colwyn Bay before it mysteriously burned down. He then spent several years “on the lam” in East Germany, where he worked as an animator in Berlin. When the wall fell, Tom came home.

He enjoys climbing and hates ice-skating.