The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The Facility Makerspace is at the core of our Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. It opens our Engineering Technology Department (an 11,000 square foot building with state-of-the-art equipment) to the local community and provides a collaborative space where ordinary people with extraordinary ideas can come together and gain access to the tools, training, and community you need to turn your thoughts into things.
The Facility Makerspace is based on a DIY philosophy and gives you hands-on access to the most essential, exciting, and versatile makerspace equipment: Laser Cutters, 3D Printers, a CNC Router, and 3D Scanners. This is a game changing opportunity for makers of all kinds: artists, inventors, entrepreneurs, students, educators, hobbyists, side-giggers, and world changers.
Learn More About THE FACILITY MAKERSPACE
Tuesday-Thursday: 3-9 p.m.
Second Saturday Each Month: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Monroe Hall - 6606 196th Street Southwest, Lynnwood, WA 98036
With The Facility Makershpace, book only the time you need and pay as you go with no ongoing commitment. Our Basic Equipment Operation Orientations will have you up and running faster than you ever thought possible. And, for equipment you are familiar with, our Safety and Basic Use Checkout can get you to work in 20 minutes or less.
For current information regarding fees, hours, and equipment availability or to request a tour, please contact: David Voetmann (firstname.lastname@example.org).
During our next phases of development, THE FACILITY will continue to expand with increasing support for Design and Entrepreneurship while launching additional access to a wide variety of tools enabling you to prototype your projects using a broad array of technologies from woodworking and metal fabrication to composites and mold-making.
We're looking forward to seeing you here and continuing to explore how our evolving Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship can energize your success.