Library Lab opens at E.P. Foster

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If you’ve been curious about the Library LAB’s  3D printer and laser engraver, you’re in luck!

   Starting January 7, library staff will be                 available to help you learn about this equipment.

The Library LAB will be open for walk-ins on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. starting on January 7.

Whether you want to find out more about the software and hardware involved or use the printer or engraver for a project of your own, staff can walk you through the process and get you ready to start making!

Ventura County’s Library LAB is a makerspace operating across the various branches of the county library system.
Makerspaces are community-operated workspaces where people with common interests—often in computers, technology, science, digital or electronic art, and DIY—can meet, socialize, and collaborate.

The Ventura County Library makerspace is free and open to the public.
Our goal is to reach the entire community by providing tools and guidance for all types of makers.  To see more of what we’re doing, check out our blog!

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