Geeks offered industrial-strength toys

Geeks offered industrial-strength toys

“Dream Coach” Cody Culbertson works on his motorcycle at TechShop in San Francisco.
$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$TechShop member Marie LaCour, right, gets assistance from “Dream Coach” Aaron Haldiman as she operates a laser curring machine at TechShop in San Francisco. Modeled after gyms, TechShop is attracting members who pay as little as $100 a month to use industrial-strength equipment to invent whatever they can imagine.$PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$
Members work on woodworking projects at TechShop in San Francisco. Modeled after gyms, TechShop is attracting members who pay as little as $100 a month to use industrial-strength equipment to invent whatever they can imagine.

Geeks offered industrial-strength toys

“Dream Coach” Cody Culbertson works on his motorcycle at TechShop in San Francisco.
$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$TechShop member Marie LaCour, right, gets assistance from “Dream Coach” Aaron Haldiman as she operates a laser curring machine at TechShop in San Francisco. Modeled after gyms, TechShop is attracting members who pay as little as $100 a month to use industrial-strength equipment to invent whatever they can imagine.$PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$
Members work on woodworking projects at TechShop in San Francisco. Modeled after gyms, TechShop is attracting members who pay as little as $100 a month to use industrial-strength equipment to invent whatever they can imagine.
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