Where DIY Meets Education
Cherokee Makerspace is where the community comes together to learn, build, or teach technical skills. It’s more than just a space with tools. It is where you invent, create, and support personalized learning.
Like many non-profits, COVID-19 has impacted every aspect of our operations. We need you now more than ever as we navigate through these challenges.
Innovation Starts Early. We believe that kids should learn technical skills at a young age so they can see the world as an innovator and problem solver.
Cherokee Makerspace is founded by Firestorm Robotics. We serve students from Etowah, Woodstock, and River Ridge High Schools.
Do you love great coffee like we do? Try our new Makerspace Blend Fresh Roasted Gourmet Coffee. Proceeds will be used to fund our programs and robotics scholarships.
This is coffee that definitely feels good and tastes great!
Make A Donation
Our facility is managed and supported by members and your generous donation of funds, supplies and equipment is vital to our mission and existence.
Will you donate to help us survive and sustain so that we can continue to provide new opportunities for personalized learning?
Learn. Teach. Innovate.
2 years ago, Georgia FIRST Robotics donated a non-functional Lincoln Plasma table to Firestorm Robotics. We managed to get the CNC controller working. It is missing the plasma unit to make it fully operational.
- 088123 – PowerMax 45XP
- 128647 – Air Filter
- 024877 – Leather Torch Cover
3D Printer Parts
A year ago, we only had 1 good 3D printer but 2 are only suitable only for learning and test prints. Since a small print job can take 3 to 6 hours, our printers stay running. We still have 1 defunct printer that needs new parts for a rebuild.