FAQ

The MILL offers its services at no cost to the public. However, for large projects we may ask you to bring in your own preapproved materials (such as filament for 3D printing).
When entering through the main doors of the library, walk straight towards the back. The MILL is located in the left corner.
3D printing is typically an hours-long process, depending on the size and complexity of the project. Many people pick their projects up the next day.
Not at all! The MILL encourages learning and new experiences. Those who are looking to gain some insight are welcome to come and speak with us. We will walk you through the processes!
A makerspace is a place where people with shared interests come together to work on projects using unique technology.
Reservations need to be made at least 72 hours in advance. Reservations can be made through the MILL homepage.
Designs for the 3D printers or vinyl cutter can easily be found online, so it is absolutely fine if you are not quite sure about the design you want. Come into the MILL and we will help you find the right match! If you do have your design and you would like to discuss it before printing, feel free to drop in before your reservation.