Makerspace grid

  • Sewing Machine

    Singer: Quantum stylist 9960 Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required.
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  • Soldering Iron

    Soldering Iron:  Aoyue 937 Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required.
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  • Little Bits Kits

    Little Bits: Kit Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required.
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  • Lego Robotics

    Lego Mindstorms: EV3 Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required.
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  • Arduino

    Arduino: Uno Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required.
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  • MaKeyMaKey

    MaKeyMaKey   The MaKeyMaKeys are just one of the TLC's awesome DIY electronics kits! Come in on maker nights or
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  • Raspberry Pi

    Raspberry Pi: B+ Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required.
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  • 3D Printer: Makerbot Replicator 2X

    Makerbot: Replicator 2X     What is a 3D Printer? Much like a normal 2D printer prints2D on flat (2D)
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  • 3D Scanner

    Makerbot: Digitizer Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required.
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  • Art Computer

    Art Computer: 27" Windows 8 All-in-One Loaded with everything from the Adobe Creative Suite to Blender, this computer is full
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  • Galaxy Camera

    Samsung: Galaxy Camera EK-GC110 Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required.
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  • Mac Mini

    Apple: Mac Mini computer Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required.
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  • Robots: Dot & Dash

    Programmable Robots: Dot and Dash (Or Tee and Elsee, as we call them) are robots anyone can program from an
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  • 2.25" Button Maker

    2.25" Button Maker! Make Buttons! Make as many buttons as you'd like, only 25 cents ($0.25) per button. If you're
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  • 3D Printer: Ultimaker 2

    Ultimaker 2     What is a 3D Printer? Much like a normal 2D printer prints2D on flat (2D) paper,
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  • 3Doodler 2.0

    3Doodler The 3-Doodlers are on their way! Costs and policies related to the 3Doodlers will be updated here as soon
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Makerspace Sliders

Sewing Machine

Singer: Quantum stylist 9960 Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More

Soldering Iron

Soldering Iron:  Aoyue 937 Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More

Little Bits Kits

Little Bits: Kit Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More

Lego Robotics

Lego Mindstorms: EV3 Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More

Arduino

Arduino: Uno Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More

MaKeyMaKey

MaKeyMaKey   The MaKeyMaKeys are just one of the TLC's awesome DIY electronics kits! Come in on maker nights or schedule an appointment to get the full tour! What is a MaKeyMaKey? A MaKeyMaKey is an easy-to-use circuit board that fools your computer into thinking any items wired to the MaKeyMaKey are buttons on a keyboard. This means you can use fruit, play-dough, or even pencil lead to create your own game, software, or PC interfaces! Contact the TLC This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.                              609-463-6341 Read More

Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi: B+ Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More

3D Printer: Makerbot Replicator 2X

Makerbot: Replicator 2X     What is a 3D Printer? Much like a normal 2D printer prints2D on flat (2D) paper, a 3D Printer creates 3D objects. Just as there are different kinds of ink, 3D printers use different materials to produce objects. The Makerbot Replicator 2X prints with ABS plastic, extruding it into layers a bit like a robotic hot glue gun. Using the Cape May County Library 3D Printers Where do I start? First, you need something to print. You can go to Thingiverse and pick out something you like. Take a look at the top in the URL where it says "http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:NUMBER" and write down the number after "thing:". For example, check out our plaque made in the TLC by James: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:647449 You can see in the URL that this object is thing number 647449. You can also create your own 3D model from any number of 3D modeling software available. We recommend SketchUp, Blender and TinkerCad but, you can use any modeling software as long as you save your file in a usable format. We commonly print with STL files but we are able to print with STL, OBJ, DAE and AMF. How much does it cost? It costs $1 to use the printer and an additional 5 cents per gram. So the heavier the object is, the more it will cost, though most prints are under $5. Skills & Prerequisites You must follow our 3D Printing Policy. See below. No skills are required to make a print. 3D modeling skills may be helpful in making exactly what you want. Contact us to set up an appointment if you are interested in learning basic 3D modeling skills. 3D Printing is an amazing tool that can be utilized in more ways than you might think. Check out MAKE Magazine, Thingiverse or the TLC Twitter page to see what is new in the world of 3D Printing! Important things to keep in mind Unfortunately, the TLC is not able to design something for you. We can only print files found online or made by you that are in the proper file types. You must be with the printer the entire time your object is printing. The machine is not perfect and it can jam. Sometimes, prints can fail. Keeping an eye on it is the only safe way to operate the equipment. This occasionally means that prints must be restarted. The larger and denser the object is, the longer it will take to print. Some prints can take several hours, so be sure your time is flexible on the day of your appointment. You can e-mail us the thingiverse URL and we can give an estimate on the time it might take. If you have any questions or would like to have us print a 3D creation for you please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   3D Printer Policy The Technology Learning Center’s 3D printers may only be used for lawful purposes. The public will not be permitted to use the 3D printers to create material that is: Prohibited by local, state or federal law. Property or material belonging to another person or entity without their permission. Unsafe, harmful, dangerous or poses an immediate threat to the well-being of others. Obscene or otherwise inappropriate for the Library environment, including weapons. In violation of another’s intellectual property rights. For example, the printers will not be used to reproduce material that is subject to copyright, patent or trademark protection. Any item designated not appropriate by the Technology Learning Center staff. The Technology Learning Center reserves the right to refuse any 3D print request in its staff’s sole discretion. The patron is solely responsible for any violation of copyright, patent or trademark laws. Only designated Technology Learning Center staff will have hands-on access to the 3D printer. Supervision of 3D printer use by Technology Learning Center staff does not constitute knowledge, or acknowledgement, of any unapparent final use of the 3D product, and the Technology Learning Center specifically disclaims any knowledge thereof. Only the Technology Learning Center’s filament will be used in the 3D printer. Please be aware that the Technology Learning Center or the Cape May County Library is not responsible for storing or saving your designs and projects. You must bring your own USB drive or SD card. The Technology Learning Center cannot guarantee that a print job will be completed within a particular time frame. The Technology Learning Center cannot guarantee and is not liable for the final appearance of 3D printed objects. The Cape May County Library is not liable for any damages, human injury, and/or costs in the event of a failure of a 3D printed object. Any person who violates these policies shall indemnify and hold harmless the Cape May County Library, its staff, officers and volunteers from the claims of any third party for damages to person or property, including costs and attorney’s fees. Contact the TLC This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.                              609-463-6341 Read More

3D Scanner

Makerbot: Digitizer Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More

Art Computer

Art Computer: 27" Windows 8 All-in-One Loaded with everything from the Adobe Creative Suite to Blender, this computer is full of software designed for meeting your visual and graphical needs. It even has a second monitor attached for viewing tutorials while you work! Call or fill out our form online to reserve time using this computer! Read More

Galaxy Camera

Samsung: Galaxy Camera EK-GC110 Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More

Mac Mini

Apple: Mac Mini computer Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More

Robots: Dot & Dash

Programmable Robots: Dot and Dash (Or Tee and Elsee, as we call them) are robots anyone can program from an easy-to-use app interface for the iPad.  Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required.

2.25" Button Maker

2.25" Button Maker! Make Buttons! Make as many buttons as you'd like, only 25 cents ($0.25) per button. If you're printing in the library, the standard printing price of $0.20 a page applies. Below, a button sizing guide is included. This is not to scale, but includes the appropriate measurements. Still have questions? E-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us at 609-463-6341

3D Printer: Ultimaker 2

Ultimaker 2     What is a 3D Printer? Much like a normal 2D printer prints2D on flat (2D) paper, a 3D Printer creates 3D objects. Just as there are different kinds of ink, 3D printers use different materials to produce objects. The Ultimaker 2 prints with PLA plastic, extruding it into layers a bit like a robotic hot glue gun.   Using the Cape May County Library 3D Printers Where do I start? First, you need something to print. You can go to Thingiverse and pick out something you like. Take a look at the top in the URL where it says "http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:NUMBER" and write down the number after "thing:". For example, check out our plaque made in the TLC by James: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:647449 You can see in the URL that this object is thing number 647449. You can also create your own 3D model from any number of 3D modeling software available. We recommend SketchUp, Blender and TinkerCad but, you can use any modeling software as long as you save your file in a usable format. We commonly print with STL files but we are able to print with STL, OBJ, DAE and AMF. How much does it cost? It costs $1 to use the printer and an additional 5 cents per gram. So the heavier the object is, the more it will cost, though most prints are under $5. Skills & Prerequisites You must follow our 3D Printing Policy. See below. No skills are required to make a print. 3D modeling skills may be helpful in making exactly what you want. Contact us to set up an appointment if you are interested in learning basic 3D modeling skills. 3D Printing is an amazing tool that can be utilized in more ways than you might think. Check out MAKE Magazine, Thingiverse or the TLC Twitter page to see what is new in the world of 3D Printing! Important things to keep in mind Unfortunately, the TLC is not able to design something for you. We can only print files found online or made by you that are in the proper file types. You must be with the printer the entire time your object is printing. The machine is not perfect and it can jam. Sometimes, prints can fail. Keeping an eye on it is the only safe way to operate the equipment. This occasionally means that prints must be restarted. The larger and denser the object is, the longer it will take to print. Some prints can take several hours, so be sure your time is flexible on the day of your appointment. You can e-mail us the thingiverse URL and we can give an estimate on the time it might take. If you have any questions or would like to have us print a 3D creation for you please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 3D Printer Policy The Technology Learning Center’s 3D printers may only be used for lawful purposes. The public will not be permitted to use the 3D printers to create material that is: Prohibited by local, state or federal law. Property or material belonging to another person or entity without their permission. Unsafe, harmful, dangerous or poses an immediate threat to the well-being of others. Obscene or otherwise inappropriate for the Library environment, including weapons. In violation of another’s intellectual property rights. For example, the printers will not be used to reproduce material that is subject to copyright, patent or trademark protection. Any item designated not appropriate by the Technology Learning Center staff. The Technology Learning Center reserves the right to refuse any 3D print request in its staff’s sole discretion. The patron is solely responsible for any violation of copyright, patent or trademark laws. Only designated Technology Learning Center staff will have hands-on access to the 3D printer. Supervision of 3D printer use by Technology Learning Center staff does not constitute knowledge, or acknowledgement, of any unapparent final use of the 3D product, and the Technology Learning Center specifically disclaims any knowledge thereof. Only the Technology Learning Center’s filament will be used in the 3D printer. Please be aware that the Technology Learning Center or the Cape May County Library is not responsible for storing or saving your designs and projects. You must bring your own USB drive or SD card. The Technology Learning Center cannot guarantee that a print job will be completed within a particular time frame. The Technology Learning Center cannot guarantee and is not liable for the final appearance of 3D printed objects. The Cape May County Library is not liable for any damages, human injury, and/or costs in the event of a failure of a 3D printed object. Any person who violates these policies shall indemnify and hold harmless the Cape May County Library, its staff, officers and volunteers from the claims of any third party for damages to person or property, including costs and attorney’s fees.   To use our 3D Printers and most other items in the STEAM Engine, please call and make an appointment.  Contact the TLC This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.                              609-463-6341

3Doodler 2.0

3Doodler The 3-Doodlers are on their way! Costs and policies related to the 3Doodlers will be updated here as soon as they've arrived. What is a 3Doodler? A 3Doodler is a bit like our 3D printer's "hot ends." That is, it's a pen-shaped plastic-melting device that creates a slow stream of cooling plastic. It's a bit like a hand-held glue gun, except we use it to create projects out of plastic instead of sticking pieces together. Contact the TLC This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.                              609-463-6341

Makerspace Strips

Sewing Machine

Singer: Quantum stylist 9960 Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More

Soldering Iron

Soldering Iron:  Aoyue 937 Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More

Little Bits Kits

Little Bits: Kit Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More

Lego Robotics

Lego Mindstorms: EV3 Registration Requirements: ........ Description: ........ Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required. Read More
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Soldering Iron

Soldering Iron:  Aoyue 937

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Skills/Prerequisites: .........No skills are required.