Johnson County Library MakerSpace

[Mini Fab Lab]
Johnson County Library, 9875 W 87th St, Overland Park, KS, 66212, United States of America

The Johnson County Library MakerSpace has laser cutters, 3D printers, a Carvey CNC, vinyl cutter, soldering station, and sewing machine for fabrication. We also provide computers, software, and tools for digital creation and media including audio recording and editing, graphic design, and video production. Classes and learning opportunities are available to all and can be found on our website. We are open and staffed 6 days a week and have extensive resources on learning how to use our equipment and software as well as being able to direct people on where to go next.

Anyone can use the MakerSpace free of charge--one need only bring materials and supplies for their final project. The room is staffed with makers who educate on software and provide resources to further learn new software and tools. As a public library, we collaborate with local schools, homeschool groups, guilds, and local fab labs to provide the best services and resources for every maker in the Kansas City area and to expand programming and the Maker culture everywhere.

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Meredith Nelson
Maker Librarian

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