Robot opens MakerSpace in downtown Brampton January 7, 2015 RICCentre At the grand opening of the MakerSpace Creative Hub downtown Brampton, a standard ribbon cutting just wouldn’t suffice. Instead, a robot, powered by VEX robotic technology, wheeled up a 3D printed plaque to be unveiled by representatives from Sheridan College, Brampton Library, the City of Brampton, Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, and Cimetrix Solutions. The grand opening, held in early November at the home of the MakerSpace in Brampton Library’s Four Corners (downtown) branch, launched the opening of publically accessible space for Brampton residents, businesses and community groups to access cutting edge technology. Click here to read more on this news story. Find more Business Times news here.