From the Des Moines Register:
Area residents can hatch some great projects in the new Maker Space at Kirkendall Public Library — the first of its kind in central Iowa.
The space is officially called Hatch and will include a 3-D printer, video and audio editing equipment, an image scanner, a traditional sewing machine and a serger, plus tools for digitizing VHS, vinyl and audio cassettes. The equipment will be ready for the public to use Sept. 23.
“The name Hatch comes from ‘hatching an egg,’ because we’ll be hatching creativity,” Willeford said. “We’ve seen an increase in people using new technology, like e-readers, so we wanted to give them the opportunity to use new technology that they might not have at home, like a 3-D printer.”
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Thanks: Matt Weaver