The Ferguson Library Makerspace
The Makerspace is located on the lower level of the Main Library in downtown Stamford.
All kinds of makers are welcome, whether they work with electronics, yarn, words, music, fabric, video cameras, computer code, colored pencils – almost anything. Really.
You can even borrow a sewing machine and a ukulele!
If you want to try new things, acquire new skills, encounter new technologies and art forms, and meet people who share your creative impulses, the Makerspace is the place for you!
Upcoming Maker Events
This program is brought to you by the generous support of the Friends of the Ferguson Library.
Join the Ferguson Library Makerspace Meetup to stay informed about all our activities.
3D Printing at the Ferguson Makerspace
3D printing is a process for making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, typically by laying down many thin layers of a material in succession. It is also called additive manufacturing. The 3D printers used at the Ferguson Library all use a method called fused filament fabrication, which lays down a molten material (often a form of plastic or plastic composite) layer by layer.
The Ferguson Library Makerspace uses a LulzBot Taz 6 3D Printer.
Print Area: 290mm x 275mm x 250mm (11.4in x 10.8in x 9.8in)