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Slideshow: A TechShop Snapshot

Much inventive thinking takes place during a typical day at this community workshop

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Photo: Timothy Archibald
Photo: Timothy Archibald

Photo: Timothy Archibald

FIREWORKS DISPLAY: People who like to make things don’t need to wait for the 4th of July to celebrate their creative independence. They can do it anytime at TechShop, a community workshop in Menlo Park, Calif., which offers an array of tools and instruction.

For more on TechShop, see The Innovators Club

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