The Makerspace at Central City Library is an innovative hub offering a range of tools and resources for individuals of all ages to get creative. Whether you're interested in 3D design, sewing, video editing or 3D printing, the Makerspace provides a welcoming environment for exploration.
If you need assistance, book a free one-on-one session with a knowledgeable staff member who can offer guidance and support.
The library's 3D printers can turn a digital model into a real-world object! Request a booking for the Ultimaker 2+ or Ultimaker 3 ($4-$6) here.
Sewing machine: the library's Singer Heavy Duty 4411 is perfect for any sewing project! Request a booking to use it for free, here.
Overlocker: use the Singer Finishing Touch overlocker to hem, seam, and tidy your textile projects for a professional finish! Request a booking to use it for free here.
Embroidery Machine: use the Brother NV180 embroidery machine to create good looking, long-lasting embroidered patterns and patches for your clothes! The Makerspace team can teach you how to convert any image to an embroidery pattern, and you'll be personalising clothes in no time. Request a booking to use it for free, here.
Make the most of the libraries special Makerspace Computers, loaded with a range of creative software to get your imagination working. The software is all open-source, which means you can also download it at home for free! No bookings needed, but you can request help from staff in advance using this form.
The software includes 2D art and design, 3D design, music production, coding and game development, video editing, and more!
The big table at the Makerspace can be booked for public workshops, creative clubs, or big projects. To request a booking, email here.
You can find more Makerspaces at other Libraries! Find out more here. (Services vary from Makerspace to Makerspace).