Unleash Your Creativity

Maker Cube is a community-based workshop for makers of all backgrounds to design and create.

Learn  –  Make  –  Share

Your Maker Community

Maker Cube members become part of our community, accessing over 10,000 square feet of shared space, a wide variety of tools and educational workshops to provide you with the skills to make anything!

Get to Know Us!

#104B – 5947 206a St, Langley


Monday to Friday – 12 PM – 9 PM
Saturday / Sunday –  10 AM – 6 PM

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Maker Cube strives to eliminate the hurdles that restrict creativity, empowering members to pursue projects outside of their current skill set. We aim to continually improve access to tools, space and mentorship to encourage the transfer of skills, entrepreneurial growth and innovation within the communities we serve.

The MakerCube Community

About Us

Hey! We’re Doug, Adam and Jacqueline, the Co-Founders of Maker Cube. We take pride in the community we’ve built! A community based on personal growth, encouragement and empowerment.

Come on in and get to know us!

Adam Ali

Director, Co-Founder

Adam is the true definition of a Maker with experience ranging from upholstery to machining exhaust fittings for light aircraft. Adam graduated from Mobile Dynamics in 2008 where he learned fabrication techniques in wood, metal, paints and composites, related to the design and installation of consumer electronics, car audio, home theatre and home automation.

Doug Chan

Director, Co-Founder

Doug is an engineering graduate and serial entrepreneur, with an aptitude for technology and rapid prototyping. Previously working in several start-ups, he has experience in many fields of fabrication both traditional and modern. From molding and casting to 3D printing, metal fabrication to PCB fabrication, he has explored a wide range of processes and techniques. As an enthusiastic learner Doug is passionate about passing on the skills he learns, teaching others to take the leap and trying new things.

Jacqueline Ali

Community Engagement Coordinator

Jacqueline has a strong passion for helping in her community and working with youth having previously worked with organizations such as: YMCA, Options Community Services, Diversecity, and the City of Surrey. As a self proclaimed D.I.Y. Queen, she loves exploring all types of art forms and has experience with pottery, painting, calligraphy, woodworking and textiles. Founding Maker Cube has been a fantastic opportunity to combine her joy of helping the community with her joy of making. She adapts all the programs to ensure they are accessible to makers of all skill sets and encourages youth to continually pursue new forms of creativity.

Our Culture

Is to be all inclusive environment and welcome makers at all skill levels. We encourage the members of our maker community to help one another and to create a diverse environment for all kinds of creative outlets. It is one of our greatest joys to take something we have learned and pass that on to another human being who is eager to learn and grow in ways we can’t imagine.


Our Philosophy

Is to foster innovation, learning and creativity by providing the means for the community to grow. We highly encourage anyone and everyone to pursue continuous education and skill building in all disciplines of making and fabrication. We believe the best way to achieve this is through hands-on learning, mentorship and cultivating curiosity by inspiring a sense of wonder.

What is a Makerspace?

A makerspace is a communal workspace where people can share tools, knowledge and skills. It’s a shop where we create, not consume. A hub for producers, inventors, students and educators. A home for inspiration and innovation. A place where you feel like you can make anything.

A makerspace is a place to make meaning. A space to really make yourself.

Why use a Makerspace?

A makerspace removes barriers that block the creative process. Perhaps you don’t have the space at home to create or you’d rather not make a mess in your living room that would take months to clean. A makerspace can provide you with both communal and private space for you to work in an environment suited for all types of fabrication. Perhaps you’re not ready to invest thousands of dollars on specialty equipment. A makerspace provides access to these tools by sharing it amongst its members and making it more affordable for individuals to use. Additionally, it creates the opportunity to explore new tools you may never thought you would have access to or learn how to use.

Most importantly, a makerspace is a community. A place for people to meet and collaborate with like-minded individuals. There is never a lack of interesting projects and people to show you that the possibilities are limitless.

Empower Yourself Through Education

Hands-On Workshops

Maker Cube designs and implements educational workshops for all ages and skill levels. We approach curriculum design through project-based learning (PBL) and constructionist models of education theory, where the ultimate goal is to cultivate curiosity, a ‘maker’ mindset, and the capacity for complex problem solving.

Maker Cube Classes are open to the public!

You do not require a membership to learn and expand your skillset with us.

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Maker Cube Members Can Access

Our Tools & Labs

All memberships includes access to member areas:

Wood Shop, Metal Shop , Electronics Lab, and Rapid Prototyping Lab.

*Safety and Training Orientations are Required For Complete Access to All Advanced Tools*

The Basics

Basic Tools anyone Would Need

- Orbital Sanders
- Clamps
- Chisels
- Tape Measures
- Hammers
- Screw Drivers
- Files
- Pliers
- Vises
- Staplers
- Safety Glasses
- Ear Protection
- Face Shields
- Respirators

Wood & Composite

Woodwork and Composite Tools and Machinery

- SawStop Cabinet Table Saw
- 8`` Jointer
- 13`` Planer
- 14`` Band Saw
- Jessem Router Table with Lift
- 4`` & 9`` Track saw
- Bosch Dual-Bevel Glide Mitre Saw
- 17`` Floor Drill Press
- Wood Lathe
- Scroll Saw
- Circular Saw
- Jig Saw
- Cordless Hand Drills
- Brad Nailer
- Trim Router
- Plunge Router
- Biscuit Joiner
- Dust Collector

Metal Fabrication

Metal Fabrication Tools and Machinery

- Lincoln Electric 210A Multi Process Welder (Stick, MIG, TIG)
- 7`` x 12`` Horizontal Band Saw
- 24`` Metal Brake
- 12`` Metal Hand Shear
- 17`` Floor Drill Press
- 8`` Bench Grinder
- Polishing Wheel
- Angle Grinders
- Sand Blaster
- Welders Masks
- Welding Gloves
- Welding Jacket


Electronic Tools and Machinery

- Soldering Stations
- Rework Stations
- Reflow Oven
- Analog and Digital Oscilloscopes
- Variable Power Supplies
- Multimeters
- Wire Strippers

Computer Numerical Control

CNC Tools and Machinery

- Shaper Origin HH Router
- Gweike Laser Cutter
- Ultimaker 2 3D Printer
- Prusa I3 3D Printer
- Accurate CNC PCB Mill


Up-To-Date Software

- Fusion 360
- Blender3D
- OnShape
- Sketchup
- Arduino
- SonicPi

Community Memberships

Maker Lite


Weekend Business Hour Access

Maker Plus


Regular Business Hour Access

Receive a Maker Cube class* at no additional cost when you register for your first month Maker Plus membership!

*maximum value of $75

Visit us in Langley to sign up!

Studio Memberships

A Studio Membership provides a dedicated work space to house your projects, materials, and specialty tools. Studio spaces appeal to entrepreneurs and artists who desire a professional business address while collaborating with like-minded makers and accessing our entire tool library!

A variety of sizes built to suit your needs and enjoy the perks that come with it!


Mail Service

High Speed Internet

Kitchenette and Lunchroom

Meeting Spaces

Free Parking

Share and Network

Transit Accessible

Micro Cube


Regular Business Hour Access

7′ x 7′ Flexible Studio Space

Maker Cube


Extended Hour Access

10′ x 10′ Flexible Studio Space

Sign up for a 1 year term – Get FOUR Orientation Classes for FREE!

Come in & Get to Know us!


Maker Cube is a community of like-minded individuals coming together to create – to bring their ideas from their minds and into the physical realm. We share our space, our tools and sometimes, we share our ideas. Come for a free tour and get to know us! We can discuss spaces, times, classes, membership plans and whether we are a right fit for you.

Click the date / time that works for you & book your 30 minute tour of our community facility!
MAX 2 groups per tour