FRAMINGHAM — Paul Lane and Sara Jeter were having some trouble with their home workshop. They had some equipment, but their workspace was small, and often too hot, too cold or too dark.
But the Framingham Makerspace, occupying a warehouse in the Saxonville Mills building since 2014, contains almost any tool one can dream of, and plenty of space. For the couple, it was just right — and it gave them access to a community of people like them.
“It’s a place to take that creative energy and that aspiration to make stuff and be able to do that,” Lane said.
Founder David Kent’s hopes for the makerspace are three-pronged: exploring the intersection of art, technology and community.
The space has wood, metal and welding shops, a 3D printer, an…