The Circumference of the Nine Apostles was a circular room we built in the the original Tinkersmiths Makerspace. Possibly the second tactile related set of workshops as many of the first members had carpentry skills. This commercial property was only 700 square feet and triangular in shape, which left little room do a cool setup. We we came up with was a circular wall/ room with the outer edge being a series of workstations, nine of them, hence part of the name. The original intent was to wrap the curved walls with clear polycarbonate but we outgrew the space so quickly it never got finished. This was made with a few power tools, long before we dreamed of making our first CNC machine. No planning or design was done ahead of time in the computer, or actually done at all. We simply just measured, cut, attached then repeated. This project was loads of fun and loved by many.