Create, play, and learn in the library’s Maker Space. Design or download 3D models to print, create buttons, make stickers, capture and edit photos, make movies, and more! Ask library staff about how to use our Maker technology.

3D Design and Printing

3D Printers
The library has two 3D printers available to print 3D models in ABS, PLA, or flexible plastics. You can download freely available designs from websites such as Thingiverse and Printables or create your own 3D models using Cad software such as Tinkercad.

The printing rate is $1 per hour, with a maximum print time of 8 hours print time varies with the size, complexity, and density of the model. Library staff will work with you to balance the settings for the best quality within our print time limit.

Submit print requests in-person or email If you are submitting an object you designed yourself, files should be in .stl or .obj formats. Please include your name, the type of plastic you would like, your color preference, and any additional specifications for your print in your request email.

Review our 3D Printing Policy for further guidelines and restrictions.

3D Pens
Interested in 3D design, but not ready for Computer Aided Design (CAD) software? Try our 3Doodler Pens. Draw raised graphics, trinkets, and even 3D structures with heated plastic extruded from the pen’s nozzle.


Button Maker
Create 1″ and 2.25″ pinback buttons using our American Button Machine presses. Draw your designs by hand or ask the staff to help you log in to the Build-A-Button design software. 1″ buttons can also be made into magnets. Button supplies cost 5 cents/button.

Sticker Maker
Quickly and easily turn your drawings, photos, or printed images into stickers with our Xyron sticker maker.

Filmmaking and Photography

Talk to the library staff about how to use the library’s audio-visual technology to bring your ideas to life.

Capture footage with our Canon XA30 Video Camera, an iPad, or your phone and then edit your movie with iMovie or Video Meld software.

Stop Motion
Use the Stop Motion app on one of our iPads to create your own stop motion films. Bring your own figures and objects or ask a staff member about options.

Green Screen
Use our green screen backdrop and one of the green screen apps on our iPads to add different backgrounds to your photos and films.

Edit and print photos from your phone or one of our iPads with our FujiFilm Instax Link Wide printer.

Want to up your photography game? Experiment with camera settings using one of our Canon Rebel T5i digital cameras.


Virtual Reality
Use the library’s HTC Vive virtual reality system to play a wide variety of educational and recreational games.

Want to build and explore in Minecraft, but don’t have your own account? Ask a staff member how to log into one of the library’s accounts.

Nintendo Games
Play Nintendo Switch or Wii games at the library or check them out to take home and play. Visit our Online catalog for a complete list.


The Maker Space is open to patrons 12 and above. Children ages 11 and under may use the Maker Space with an adult caregiver. Families must work on projects together. Equipment and resources are provided on a first come, first served basis.

Maker equipment may not be used to create weapons or materials that:

  • Are prohibited by local, state, or federal law
  • Are unsafe, harmful, dangerous, or that pose an immediate threat to the wellbeing of others
  • Are inappropriate for the library environment
  • Are subject to copyright, patent, or trademark protection

Review our full Maker Space Use Policy for more information.