Guernsey residents can now edit videos, produce music and use 3D printer for free

The library now offers cutting edge technology. Credit: Guille-Allès Library

Residents in Guernsey can now edit videos, produce their own music and use a 3D printer for free at the library.

The Jodie Knight Fab Lab has opened at the Guille-Allès Library and gives people the chance to use cutting-edge technology such as an A1 printer and vinyl cutter.

Visitors can also use a sewing machine, video editing and music production software.

There are also machines for printing on mugs, T-shirts and bags.

The Fab Lab is named after Jodie Knight, the library's former Deputy Chief Librarian and Chief Librarian Designate who died in 2020.

It is open Monday-Saturday during the library's opening hours for members aged 11 plus.