Studio 775, Lafayette Library's 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 is a venue for workshops and independent projects.
Makerspace Drop-In Hours
The Library does not currently have drop-in hours. This page will be updated when this service resumes.
Maker Buddies and other Create events
The Library has seasonal programs, events, and workshops that focus on Maker projects or other ways to use art, technology, or crafts in creative ways! Some programs match kids up with teen volunteers, while others are dedicated to teens and adults.
or complete the online orientation course available at: https://canvas.instructure.com/enroll/4TATWR. Completion requires passing the comprehensive quiz with an 80% or higher, and you may retake the quiz to achieve that score.
The orientation course will introduce you to Studio 775 Makerspace equipment and Library policies, as well as giving you brief information about how to design for the equipment. You can do deeper exploration on each of the equipment types online, using your favorite search engine.
Resources & Equipment
Carvey digital CNC router
Two Prusa i3 MK3 3D printers
Cricut Explore Air 2
Microcontrollers and basic robotics equipment
In the Space
Classes (Library-sponsored classes and events are free)
Limited weekly drop-in hours. During drop-in hours users may purchase supplies (at cost) from the Library.
Until the Makerspace resumes drop-in hours, we do not have volunteer positions for adults. There may be seasonal volunteer options for teens before drop-in hours resume. Visit the Teen Team page for details.