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Simon founded MakerClub after volunteering at both STEM Sussex and Code Club. He was inspired by the progress being made, but having come from a teaching and electronic background, felt that there was more that could be done. Having watched the Maker Movement grow from a handful of nerds in darkened garages into the global phenomena it is today, he has made it his mission to bring this world of 3D printing and electronics to the next generation through robotics projects and a network of MakerLabs where people can try out the latest tech.
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