Create with us
The Makerspace offers a wide range of equipment and services to help users develop new skills and make new things. We are a supportive community where all backgrounds and skill levels are welcome! The space is available for classroom instruction and assignments, research fabrication needs, and personal projects. Call us to learn more.
Our expert student Maker Wranglers offer free consultations during which you can learn how to 3D model, get help on a current project, or learn how to use any of the making equipment we offer in the library, including 3D scanning and laser cutting. They support 3D modeling programs Solidworks and OnShape, as well as all equipment in the makerspace.
- Please remember to also reserve any additional equipment that you want to work with during your Maker Wrangler appointment.
Print and scan in three dimensions!
The DeLaMare Library Makerspace offers access to three different 3D printers. They include a Sintratec and a LulzBot Taz 5. Build size, layer thickness, filament materials available and their costs, and file formats accepted all vary per machine. Please visit or contact the makerspace directly at 775-682-7385 for more information.
The Makerspace provides access to both an Artec Spider and Artec Leo 3D scanner.
The Artec Leo is great for capturing larger items and contains a display on the scanner, negating the need to be tethered to a computer. It provides up to 0.5mm resolution and 0.1mm 3D point accuracy. It also provides our finest level of textural resolution.
- The Artec Spider is perfect for capturing small objects with complex geometry, sharp edges and thin ribs, such as molding parts, PCBs, or fossils. It provides up to 0.1mm resolution and 0.05mm 3D point accuracy.