Step 1: Take your quick Makerspace orientation online
The Makerspace orientation is now online. This easy five-minute orientation will introduce you to the space and the tools.
Teens from 15-17 years old may use the space if an adult (18+) signs their Use Agreement at the end of the online orientation, and anyone under 15 may use the space if they are accompanied by an adult who has taken the orientation.
An Estes Valley Library card is required to use the Makerspace tools. Don’t have a card? You can still take the orientation online now- just bring your confirmation email to the library when you come to get your card!
Step 2: Use the space!
The Makerspace is open for drop-in use as well as equipment reservations during library open hours, except when the room is reserved for a program. You can check for reserved times using the online calendar. (A paper version is also posted on the Makerspace whiteboard.)
Laser Cutter & 3D Printer Training Classes
There’s a lot to know about our 3D printers and laser cutter! An additional training class is required to use this equipment. Training class dates coming soon
Already trained on the laser cutter or 3D printers?
Microfilm Slides and Photo Station
Our popular 35MM Slide Digitizer has moved to the computer commons and is now part of the Microfilm Slides and Photo Station. This station does not require any orientation or training and can be reserved online as part of our Computer Commons reservation system. Learn more and reserve the Microfilm Slides and Photo Station online!