Want to make your own clothes, but don’t have a sewing machine?
Need a sound booth to make a recording?
Or perhaps, the services of a 3D printer?
A new section of Millennium Library is offering those services and more, free of charge, for those looking to bring their ideas to life.
The ideaMILL makerspace officially opened to the public at the library Tuesday morning.
You can take a look inside by clicking on the video below.
The facility includes a media studio with design software, two bookable sound booths, photography and videography equipment, 3D printers and a craft room with sewing machines.
Ed Cuddy, manager of library services with the city, says his department decided to pursue the project after seeing makerspace…