“Go ahead Chuck, you can work on your own” Suzanne smiled. (Makers)
The Evergreen State College is a far better maker space then any other I’m aware of.
Beyond 3D printers and the software that powers them, we have access to just about any software imaginable. With Lynda.com we also have instruction in how to use all that software. There are also carbon based life forms in the Computer Center, CAL, and Quasar to help with hardware and software issues. It gets better.
There is a great metal shop available to us, as well as a wood shop. Both of them provide proficiency training so that anyone can use the tools safely. There is even a neon shop, a scanning electron microscope, a farm, media loans, and an excellent library. In sort, there is access to enough tools and information to create just about anything.