An idea can hit you at any time just like Nadeem Mazen and Ali Mohammad from Cambridge, Massachusetts got hit by the idea of “danger!awesome – A Hands-on Community MakerSpace” while fasting during Ramadan when they started making different shapes using toasts. This shop is located in the heart of the Central Square. The bigger and better upcoming new shop will provide an open access to the laser cuttings, laser engravings and 3D printing technological facilities. The danger!awesome shop gives help with the tools to the aspiring makers and provide assistance to make their dream come true in a creative environment. They invent, they design, they make and they learn, a lot. The owners need your support for their new 2,000 square foot co-working classroom workspace which is opening this February for makers of all ages and experience levels to learn and make some fabulous designs. [VIA]