While looking around for a makerspace in Shenzhen, co-founder Henk Werner noticed there was basically no such thing as a real makerspace with labs, machines, tools and a qualified and active community of people that could help him with guidance and information on how to bring his product to life.
In July 2016, TroubleMaker officially opened the doors and since then we have received over 16,000 people. Several thousand have been helped with advice and referrals and several hundred stayed as a member.
TroubleMaker offers a physical makerspace right in the middle of the world’s largest electronics market and personalized guidance to people who want to produce their hardware product in China. From introducing industrial designers to referrals to component manufacturers and from help with engineering to training on how to protect your Intellectual Property.