MAKE YOUR MARK
Q: What is SLO MakerSpace?
A: It is an open, collaborative machine/wood/electronics shop and craft center where one can build projects, teach and take classes, and network with others interested in making things. If you would like to learn more about SLO Makerspace please read on.
Q: Who can visit SLO MakerSpace?
A: There are many ways that everyone can access SLO MakerSpace. Please see our membership page for more information!
Q: What about kids under 18?
A: Check out our Kids Page for details.
Q: When can I visit SLO MakerSpace?
A: We are open Wednesday through Sunday!
Wednesday - Friday 1 - 8 pm
Saturday 9 am - 6 pm
Sunday 9 am -10:30 am and 11 am - 3 pm (Closed for lunch on Sundays from 10:30 am- 11 am)
Q: Where is SLO MakerSpace?
A: SLO MakerSpace is located in the retail center at the intersection of Higuera St and Madonna Rd, 81 Higuera St, Suites 160 + 180. SLO MakerSpace is in the Northeast corner of the complex.
Q: What equipment does SLO MakerSpace provide?
A: SLO MakerSpace is equipped with a wide range of woodworking and metalworking tools, ceramics studio, electronics lab, 3D printers, music studio, and more.Note: Several areas of our shop require a one to two-hour certification course to use – please check their listings or our calendar for class times and prices.
Q: Are materials provided?
A: A limited amount of laser cutting material, clay, vinyl, and 3D printer filament is available for purchase, however, users are generally expected to bring their own raw materials (wood, metal, nail, screws, glue, fasteners, etc.) for projects.
Q: Are there additional costs to use SLO MakerSpace?
A: Yes, each area may carry additional fees. Please come on by and talk to a staff member for more information!