Studio 775, Lafayette Library's new mini-makerspace, is a collaborative, community-driven space where users of all ages can learn to use new tech tools in creative ways. Located in the light-filled north end of the upper level, the mini-makerspace will be a venue for workshops and independent projects.
Drop in for a Demo on Friday, June 1, 2-4 pm
Stop by our new mini-makerspace to watch our 3D printers and digital router in action, and find out the new name our space!
Youth under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Resources & Equipment
Carvey digital CNC router
2 Prusa i3 MK3 3D printers
Cricut Explore Air 2
Microcontrollers and basic robotics equipment
In the Space
Classes (all Library-sponsored classes and events will be free)
Monthly equipment orientations
Limited weekly drop-in hours for independent project work. During drop-in hours users may purchase supplies (at cost) from the Library.
Maker Space Mentors
Mentors assist, support, and encourage community members (teens and adults) as they learn to use new equipment and develop projects. If you have tech skills, enthusiasm, patience and kindness, plus the ability to help out 3 hours/week, please read the details and apply!
Workshop facilitators: do you have expertise that you want to share for a class in coding, 3D printing, or something else? Apply below and tell us how you'd like to participate!