According to the Belmar Community Makerspace and library assistant Luis Pulido,” is designed for people to both learn and refine their skills.
The new facility, which opened last October, includes 3D printers, computers, for workshop instruction and presentations.
The Makerspace is open to the public for 3D printing, digital scanning of old slides and negatives, and the use of the photo/video studio. Makerspace, situated on the second floor at 503 Seventh Avenue. Also, we have four Apple computers available for use for work on projects, such as photo editing and web-based applications”.
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