FFL Fab Lab

What is the FFL Fab Lab?

Fayetteville Free Library’s Fabulous Laboratory, where resources are available for making things.

What can I use in the Fab Lab?

Hardware and software for making things! This includes:

  • 7 Makerbot Replicator 2 3D printers
  • 2 Stratasys Mojo 3D printers (available by reservation)
  • Epilog Laser cutter - for cutting and engraving wood, acrylic, fabric, leather, plastic, glass, metal, and more
  • Shapeoko CNC Mill – for carving materials such as wood, plastic, and aluminum
  • Vinyl cutter
  • 7 sewing machines
  • Hand tools & paper craft tools
  • Jewelry making tools
  • Knitting & crochet kits
  • Professional 3D design software
  • And more. See a full inventory list.

How can I use a 3D printer, vinyl cutter or laser cutter?

You must be "certified" before you can use these tools on your own. Please call (315) 637-6374 ext. 2 to sign up for a one-on-one 3D printer training appointment.

Does it cost anything to use the Fab Lab?

No! You can use the Fab Lab for free. We just charge a small amount if you want to use certain materials. Click here for material pricing info!

Can I donate items to the Fab Lab?

Yes, we accept the following "like-new" items for donation: paper plates; paper lunch bags; paper towel rolls; duct tape; scissors; crayons; colored pencils; stickers; school glue; unopened glue sticks, and markers. We accept additional items on an as-needed basis. Please contact Leah at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more info.

What policies and procedures are associated with using the FFL Fab Lab?

  • Please view our Maker Agreement for a list of all the policies and procedures associated with using the FFL Fab Lab.

Why a Fab Lab at the Fayetteville Free Library?

Many of these technologies are not accessible to the general public. For instance, there is no other place in New York that provides free and open access to 3D printing technology, which has the power to revolutionize society. The public library will provide a safe and accessible space where anyone in the community can interact, understand and develop through use of the technologies available in the space.

More Questions?

See our Makerspace Frequently Asked Questions 

With additional questions or to schedule a tour, please contact Sue Considine, Executive Director, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , (315) 637-6374 ext. 307.