SnoCo Makerspace

SnoCo Makerspace

Snohomish County Makers Group
About
The Tools and Workshop The SnoCo Makers operates two spaces within the same industrial park. We maintain 3,100 sq. ft of "Makerspace". When you visit our workshop you'll find a wide variety of tools that...
Directions
We are 17 miles north of Seattle located on the south side of Boeing Everett Plant. From I-5 take Exit #189 the Boeing Freeway. Follow signs for the Freeway/Ferry. Travel three exits to Airport Road....
Meetup
Nearly all our events are announced on Meetup. Please visit https://www.meetup.com/SnoCo-Makers/ for up coming events and workshops!  
2H
2H
Suite 2H houses our wood and metal shop as well as lounge, training room and private suite spaces. You must have closed toes shoes and...
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1B
1B
Suite 1B - Rapid Prototyping. Lasers, 3D Printing, Plastics and Robotics. This space is our original 1,200 sq ft space after moving to Everett. This...
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Visit Soon!
Visit Soon!
We encourage you to visit during our open times; member or not. We are open to the public Thursday evenings 6P-9P and the first and...
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2H
2H
Suite 2H houses our wood and metal shop as well as lounge, training room and private suite spaces. You must have closed toes shoes and...
Read More
1B
1B
Suite 1B - Rapid Prototyping. Lasers, 3D Printing, Plastics and Robotics. This space is our original 1,200 sq ft space after moving to Everett. This...
Read More
Visit Soon!
Visit Soon!
We encourage you to visit during our open times; member or not. We are open to the public Thursday evenings 6P-9P and the first and...
Read More

What is this “makerspace” thing?

Still not sure what this makerspace business is about? Think of the space as a co-op workshop. A workshop that is part wood and metal shop, electronics and crafting. Our group isn’t just a tool library, we are a social organization that help crafty sorts make friends, partners, and help mentor or be mentored. Our space is completely ran by volunteer-members. You are not required to volunteer, most don’t, but you are expected to help police safety and assist in cleaning up even when you didn’t make the mess. The makerspace is not a service business to help build your project, we are a co-op that helps teach you how to use our tools to build your project and maybe you’ll find a person or two interested in helping out if you’re interested.