Makerspace in Lumo Library

Lumo library’s makerspace is situated on the second floor. At the makerspace, customers can use and test the devices. The purpose of the workshop is that customers learn by testing. Use of the workshop devices is free of charge, but a valid library card is required. The workshop is meant for over-10-year-olds, but even younger children can come, if they are accompanied by an older person.

Our workshop has one 3D printer, two sewing machines, and a media workstation. An iron and an ironing board are also available.

You can reserve the devices online at Timmi 360 service.

Workshop instructions:

The workshop is temporarily unsupervised. Assistance from the staff is currently not availabe.

Workshop devices to be reserved:

3D printer: one Ultimaker 3 printer. You can use the 3D printer to print small objects. The printer uses PLA plastic that is biodegradable plastic fiber made of renewable materials. Reserve 3D printer from here.

Sewing machines: Two Husqvarna Viking Emerald 116 sewing machines. Reserve sewing machine from here.

Overlocker: One Bernina L450 overlocker. Reserve overlocker from here.

Media workstation: Not availabe for now. Lumo library workshop's media workstation is a computer with Windows 10 operating system, Adobe Creative Cloud software package, as well as Wacom's 16-inch pen display. The media workstation is meant for drawing, image processing, lay-out, animation, video editing and other creative digital work. The users have access to the City of Vantaa’s free-of-charge Wi-Fi. 

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