Oh noes! We need more members in our extension! While we do have a limited amount of space in our Midvale, Ut location, we need more members to help cover rent! If you would like a tour of Darlington, or are interested in joining Darlington, please send an email to email@example.com.
Enough with the crappy writing, details!
175W 7065 S
Midvale, UT 84047
Right off I15 and central to Salt Lake County!
24/7/365 Access to Darlington
24/7/365 Access to theTransistor! (no desk / personal space however)
Your own personal cubicle at Darlington!
Kitchen / Restroom Facilities
Work with other members to customize this awesome space
80mbps/80mbps fiber internet! (both wired and wireless access)
Hardware VPN to theTransistor Provo
Soldering stations and other tooling available at Darlington
(If you make friends with Isaac, he MAY let you use his massive 6×10 CNC router)
Access to theTransistor tools in Provo!
Membership at Darlington is $40 / month
Clean up after yourself
There has been some question over the differences between the two spaces. I will do my best here to explain this.
- Darlington is an extension of theTransistor in Provo. Darlington is focused primarily on electronics, computers, software, InfoSec, etc; while theTransistor has more room for public classes, band saws, drill presses, laser cutters, larger work areas, and more.
- While a membership at Darlington DOES give you full access to theTransistor in Provo you will not have the option of getting a desk at the Provo location; you WILL however get your own personal cubicle at Darlington.
- Membership at theTransistor is almost full and does usually come with a personal desk, however it does not guarantee you access to Darlington; as Darlington has limited space.
- Darlington is a quieter workspace (though you can decide to make it loud if the members there would like) while theTransistor tends to have a bit of a ‘buzz’ going on whenever there is a large group there.
Again if you have any questions, would like a tour of Darlington, or would like a membership ASAP please shoot an email over to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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