Join us at the Camdenton Library in our MakerSpace known as the Creation Station. When you visit the Creation Station you will see different kinds of equipment that we have available for public use. Creation Station is open Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and on Saturdays at 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
We have 2 different 3D printers available for use. Our newest one is a Flash Forge and we also have a Da Vinci Duo XYZ. Download a print from thingiverse.com or build your design using TinkerCad or another 3D design source, bring them on a flash drive, upload them to our computer and send the print to the printer or email the design to us and we will print it off for you, all you have to do is pick it up.
Check out the Flash Forge in action:
Pretty cool, huh?
Not familiar with the term CNC? That's okay, CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control, this machine can be used to cut wood, plastics, and soft/non-ferrous materials, just to name a few. This machine has a cutting area of 15.7in x 15.7in. x 3.9in and uses a 1/8" bit for cutting.
No matter if you are a professional or amateur photographer/videographer we have equipment available for public use. We have a green screen, umbrella lights, an HD video camera, and a Mac to upload your photos/videos to make your final product look amazing.
Check out our video from our MakerCamp:
This helps take the ordinary to extraordinary in a few steps.
Let your creativity shine by showing off your photography/recording skills! We have a Sony HD videocamera, green screen, Photoshop, Adobe Premier, iMovie, just to name a few programs, that will allow your project(s) to stand out. Music more your creative element? Don't worry we have you covered there as well. We have a MacBook loaded with Garage Band, Protools, Audacity software, studio monitors, microphones, headphones, and a midi keyboard for recording purposes. Artists may bring their own instruments in to record or practice If the recording session is going to require high volume levels, please contact a staff member to make an appointment; loud volumes may require recording after normal library hours.