Go to the equipment page to see what kind of materials you need to bring with you in order to complete your project.
Watch YouTube videos or manufacturer equipment videos to familiarize yourself with the machines. (See the Makery equipment page for more info)
Allow enough time for your visit. You may need several hours of dedicated time to complete your project.
Because children require direct supervision in the Makery, please do not bring your projects to the Makery if you are visiting with children.
Depending on what your project, you may need to bring extra supplies. There is a learning curve with all the machinery in the Makery and it’s rare that something turns out perfectly the first time.
Staff provides assistance with machinery, however they are not available for lengthy one-on-one tutorials. If you need to learn about a machine, Sign up for a class offered in our Fine Print newsletter.
The Makery is meant to be a creative space for independent and group learning. We encourage you to explore projects and ideas on your own and then use the Makery to transform your ideas into reality.