Enter. Imagine. Create. From video and music production to laser etching, 3D printing, jewelry making, and more. Bring your visions to life in the Maker Space!
(Located on the 2nd floor.)

The Maker Space maintains two Prusa i3 MK3 3D printers and one Prusa SL1s printer for public use. Our printers use the .stl file format for 3D models. You can download model files from popular 3D communities such as Thingiverse and Yeggi or you can create a model yourself from scratch with free programs like Tinkercad and SketchUp. The cost to print a 3D model is $0.10 per gram of PLA plastic and $0.25 per ml of UV resin.
Price Sheet   |   3D Printer Use Policy   |   3D Print Submission Form 

Equipment includes Singer and Viking sewing machines, Pfaff Creative 1.5 embroidery machine, Epson F570 Sublimation Printer, Cricut Explore Air 2, Cuddlebug, EasyPress 2, a die-cut machine, button maker, and sticker maker.

Tools include Kraft Edgers scissors, Fiskars Fabric Cutting Set, Dremel work station, jewelry jigs, crochet hooks, knitting/felting needles, and metal stamping kit. There are also Perler beads, gel pens, colored pencils, markers, and oil-based paint pens.

You can borrow equipment and technology from the Maker Space with your library card!
Items available for check out include:  iPad Airs (1st generation), Panasonic 4K Ultra HD camcorder, Nikon Coolpix B500 Digital Camera, two GoPro cameras with accessories, slide converter, T-Mobile mobile hotspots, or a Snowball USB microphone.

Visit the Maker Space to check out items.

The Omitech laser cutter and engraver uses a laser light to cut, mark, or engrave a variety of materials including cardboard, glass, leather, and wood. You can buy materials from the Maker Space or bring in your own.  Price Sheet


For use within the Maker Space only, iPads and MacBooks give you access to the full Adobe Creative Cloud Suite and are loaded with open-source software including Cura, Tinkercad, SketchUp, Slic3r, Blender, MeshLab, Meshmixer, Inkscape, and Autodesk 123D Design for 3D printing.

We also have GarageBand, iMovie, and Audacity for recording audio and video tracks, as well as Cricut Design Space and apps for the green screen and Ozobots.

STEM Actvities

STEM activities integrate areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics that help teach key skills like problem solving, teamwork, and critical analysis.

STEM activities in the Maker Space include Snap Circuits, littleBits, Strawbees, Ozobots, Makey Makey kits, and Squishy Circuits. Visit the Maker Space to experiment and use these gadgets for free! 


The WhisperRoom is a sound isolation booth complete with recording equipment, computer software, and accessories. It is an ideal space for recording vocals, doing a podcast, practicing an instrument, and more.

The WhisperRoom is open to the public and free to use. Please see Maker Space staff for room access.