The Makerspace @ DeLaMare Library

Encouraging creativity and critical problem solving in all their unique iterations

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.

Born in the Makerspace

A showcase for student and faculty creations

View our community's work
Students and staff working in the DeLaMare Library Makerspace.

Print and scan in three dimensions!

Laser and vinyl cutting

  • Epilog Helix: This 75-watt CO2 laser cutter has a 24” x 18” bed size and user-controlled resolution ranging from 75 to 1200 dpi. It can accommodate materials up to 8.5” tall.
  • Dremel Digilab LC40: This 40-watt CO2 laser cutter has an 18” x 12” bed size and resolution up to 1000 dpi. It can only accommodate materials up to 1.25” tall.
    • Materials approved for laser cutting
      • Wood
      • Paper/Cardboard/Paper Stock
      • Acrylic (No Polycarbonates)
      • Cloth
      • Glass (Engrave Only)
      • Anodized Aluminum (Engrave Only)
      • Any other materials must be approved by the Makerspace Manager.
    • Please note the Makerspace does not sell or provide materials for the laser cutter, and these must be brought in by the user.
  • US Cutter SC Vinyl Cutter: The Makerspace sells a variety of colors of tradition vinyl in 24” widths and heat transfer vinyl in 20” widths.

Other making resources

Sound recording room

Located on the second floor of the DeLaMare Library, the audio recording room features an isolation booth with two microphones and professional software for recording and editing audio. Online reservations are strongly recommended to ensure availability.

Hand tools, soldering and sewing Access to a variety of hand tools, soldering tools, and a sewing machine. While the Makerspace may offer a limited amount of consumable materials such as nails, solder, or thread, users are encouraged to bring in all supplies.
Soldering iron and a soldering project on a table
Lendable technology VR equipment, maker supplies, audio equipment, and other items can be checked out on a short-term basis at a variety of campus locations. There is no cost to check out equipment for students, faculty and staff with valid University IDs.
Garmin device lendable technology from DeLaMare
Milling and routing The Makerspace provides access to an LPKF Protomat S40 PCB milling machine, a ShopBot Desktop MAX ATC CNC mill, and a Shaper Origin router. Please note the Makerspace does not sell or provide material for milling or routing, and it must be brought in by the user.
PCB milling machine creation with wires and laptop attached

Read our Makerspace use policy

Maker Wranglers
Rebecca Glasgow
Rebecca Glasgow
Makerspace & Library Assistant
(775) 682-5644