Lacey MakerSpace

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The Lacey MakerSpace is a workshop for builders and inventors. Located on the St. Martin’s University Campus in Zaverl Hall the space serves as a catalyst for economic growth. The Lacey MakerSpace benefits the community by providing access to advanced design and fabrication tools, business and education resources, and skill development.  

Lacey MakerSpace Offers: 

  • Monthly memberships to the public
  • Prototyping services for clients that want to have a product prototype made for them
  • Mentorship
  • Classes and Training  
  • Team Building Activities for organization members to make something together

The Lacey MakerSpace has a wide variety of tools they offer for use including:

Multi-Material

  • Epilog Helix 60w Laser Engraver/Cutter 

Metal

  • Langmuir Systems CNC Plasma Cutter 
  • Miller MIG Welder 
  • Esab MIG/TIG/Stick Welder
  • Oxy Acetylene Welding and Cutting Torch 
  • Porter Cable 15″ Floor Drill Press
  • Enco Cut Off Saw 
  • Central Machinery 4.5″ Horizontal Metal Band Saw 
  • Variety of hand-held power tools

Plastic

  • Creality CR10S 3D Printers (3) 
  • Luzbot 3D Printer
  • MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers (2) 
  • Makerbot 3D Scanner
  • Matter & Form 3D Scanner
  • Quality Vacuum Former 

Wood

  • Carvewright CNC Wood Router 
  • MPCNC Wood Router  
  • Sawstop Table Saw
  • Dewalt Compound Miter Saw
  • Porter Cable Band Saw
  • Porter Cable Disc and Belt Sanding Station
  • Central Machinery Scroll Saw 
  • Jet Lathe small 
  • Central Machinery Lathe large 
  • Dewalt Planer 
  • RBI Hawk Scroll Saw 
  • Woodmaster Planer 
  • Delta Mortiser 

Fabric

  • Brother Embroidery Machine
  • Singer Sewing Machine 
  • Singer Overlock 
  • Silhouette Vinyl Cutter 
  • Canon Plotter Printer 36″ 
  • Volcano Heat Press 
  • 1600watt Iron
  • Self-healing cutting mat

Electronics

  • Chicago Electric Soldering Guns 
  • Anti-Static Mats 
  • Microscope 
  • Circular Magnifiers with lights 

This program is ideal for

  • Entrepreneurs that want to invent and prototype their own product.
  • Individuals interested in learning how to use different types of tools.
  • Individuals interested in making a product(s) to sell as business.
  • Individuals and businesses seeking training.
  • Businesses seeking a team building activity based around making something.
  • Individuals and businesses that have an idea for a product or fabrication and want someone to create it for them.

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Lacey MakerSpace

The Lacey MakerSpace is a workshop for builders and inventors. Located on the St. Martin’s University Campus in Zaverl Hall the space serves as a catalyst for economic growth. The Lacey MakerSpace benefits the community by providing access to advanced design and fabrication tools, business and education resources, and skill development. 

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