SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Springfield-Greene County Libray District has a new room full of educational gadgets called the Edge Maker Space in the Midtown Carnegie Branch Library.
In the new maker space, you will find:
- A new 3D printer, in addition to the current printer, that allows a user to print simultaneously if they need to
- A laser engraver for creating all kinds of craftwork on a variety of materials including acrylic, wood and leather
- A vinyl cutter that will cut letters, shapes, and almost any design the maker can come up with to create terrific signs, lettering, logos, etc., that can then be applied to a variety of surfaces.
- Two soldering stations
- A film and slide scanner, and a video capture box, to help preserve photographs
The library says this is the first formal maker space allowing individuals to gather and get creative.
“The Maker Space is designed to…