Federal Way Library Makerspace

Federal Way Library Makerspace

Make, play, and invent at the Federal Way Library.

Events

Equipment and Software

Explore your interests. Access a variety of software and equipment for free.

Arts and Crafts

Design and Engineering

Digitization and Preservation

  • Digital converters for VHS, cassette, and vinyl

Electronics and Coding

  • Arduino
  • Makey Makey
  • Snap Circuits

Filmmaking and Photography

Heat Presses and Sublimation Printer

Robotics

  • Cubelets
  • LEGO Spike Prime
  • BeeBots

Sound and Recording

studio

Resources to Prepare for Your Visit

Federal Way Makerspace Light Box

Frequently Asked Questions

Federal Way Library Makerspace FAQs

  • Our Makerspaces are free, library-operated workspaces for people of all ages. All are welcome to learn, create, and collaborate through hands-on experiences. Our Makerspaces include equipment and supplies for:
    • Art,
    • Sewing,
    • Audio and video recording,
    • Coding,
    • Robotics, and more.
  • These spaces are for everyone. Some workshops may have age and capacity limits due to the content or availability of tools. Be sure to read class descriptions or ask a staff member for details before attending.

  • A person or group cannot reserve a Makerspace. Please visit the Makerspaces webpage or contact Makerspace staff to learn more about events and services.

  • Thank you for your interest! Please submit a Program Proposal Form, opens a new window.

  • Due to COVID-19, we do not know when we will welcome volunteers back into our buildings.

  • Due to limited storage, we do not take in-kind donations.

    Please consider making a donation to our KCLS Foundation. KCLS Foundation donors have made our Makerspace possible.

  • Our Makerspaces include equipment and supplies for:

    • Art,
    • Sewing,
    • Audio and video recording,
    • Coding,
    • Robotics, and more.

    Learn more about what each Makerspace offers:

Federal Way Makerspace Circuits

Partners

The Makerspace was made possible by donations from the King County Library System Foundation.

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