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#1 posted 10-20-2009 11:10 PM

I don’t know specifically about woodworking co-ops, but you might want to see if there’s something like TechShop in your area. The focus is more broad than just woodworking—it includes things like electronics and even software development.

A place called i3 just opened in my area, and I’ve been meaning to check it out. Members pay a $100 monthly fee for 24-hour access to the space and tools. I believe i3 itself is a non-profit, and most of the members are amateur hobbyists.

Here’s a list of similar facilities.

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