Opening of Brampton Library’s makerspaces for walk-in 3D printing
Published on July 5, 2022 at 1:57 p.m.
The Brampton Library makerspaces are open to Brampton residents who want to DIY this summer.
From 3D printing, cutting machines, scanners and more, the Brampton Library’s Chinguacousy, Four Corners and Springdale branches have makerspaces outfitted with a few high-tech goodies.
The manufacturing space at the Chinguacousy branch has open hours to the public on Wednesdays between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., and equipment is available free with your Brampton Library card.
Material and time limits are in place, and staff are available on-site for limited troubleshooting and advice.
Children under 14 must be accompanied by a carer. All users must sign a waiver prior to accessing the Creative Space equipment, which includes:
- 3D printers
- Cricut machines
- Button makers
- Scanning equipment and scanners
Can’t attend open hours or need help with a more complex project? You can also request a makerspace appointment at Chinguacousy, Four Corners or Springdale branches to arrange an in-person consultation.
For more information on the tools and equipment available or to find out more about the Brampton Library Makerspaces, contact [email protected].
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