Teton County Library patrons now have access to three 3D printers, a Glowforge laser cutter, a Cricut Maker 3 precision cutting machine, two sewing machines, a Bernina 1090 and a Singer industrial, and a Brother computerized embroidery machine in the library’s new WonderLab community makerspace. The library has partnered with the Wonder Institute to provide opportunities for skill-building and exploration for people of all ages.
Use of the makerspace is available free-of-charge to patrons with library cards in good standing who have been trained on the proper use of the equipment. Reservations can be made for equipment use and drop-in use will be allowed for available equipment.
The WonderLab community makerspace opened on January 9. “We’re very excited to be opening the site to the community,” said Kip Roberson, Teton County Director of Library Services.
Studio hours will be offered 3:00-7:00pm Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:00am-Noon on Wednesdays and Fridays, and 1:00-5:00pm on Saturdays. More information is available at https://www.tclib.org/2584/WonderLab.