Story excerpt provided by Dayton Daily News.
Written by Rachel Murray.
Organizers want to create a makerspace in Dayton where people can share tools, equipment and other devices to invent or create products.
Fab Space will be a digital makerspace where members will be able to design items on a computer, and use the high tech tools to make it a reality, according to Fab Space entrepreneur Jeff Opt.
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Originally published September 14, 2014.