The Makerspace was made possible through an Innovative Impact grant from the Scranton Area Community Foundation.
Cricut Maker & Cricut Explore can help you make paper crafts, iron-on decals, and more using Cricut’s design software. Click here to learn more about what these cutting machines can do.
Silhouette Cameo is another cutting machine that can be used to do things like cut out fabric patterns or create stickers. Find more information about Cameo at this link.
Our Makerspace has a Babylock Flare Embroidery Machine for you to place your own designs on hand towels, hats, shirts, and more. Learn more about the Babylock Flare here.
Use the Sublimation Printer in combination with our Heat Press to transfer your creations onto bags, apparel, mugs, pillows, coasters, and more. You can also use the Sublimation Oven to heat-transfer your designs to certain materials. Learn more about sublimation printing at this link.
The Cricut Mug Press allows you to use Cricut’s design software to transfer your artwork to mugs. Check out the specifications of the machine here.
We have a variety of Podcasting and Video Equipment available as a part of our Makerspace. This includes lighting kits, a tripod, podcasting microphones, and an iMac equipped with the Adobe Creative Suite. For more information on any of this equipment or to see if a particular piece of software is available for use, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, the Makerspace has a Glowforge, a laser cutter than can etch, cut, and engrave detailed designs into a variety of materials. Due to the nature of the high-powered laser this machine uses, please contact our staff directly at email@example.com for questions about the Glowforge.
In conjunction with the Technology Lab, the Makerspace offers 3D Printing. Our printer is a Lulzbot Taz 6. Though the printer is not available for public use, you may send in a file to have printed or see a demonstration. Visit our 3D Printing page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.