Rockwood Makerspace

A new space for teens to learn and create at the Rockwood Library.

The makerspace is a collaborative learning environment at Rockwood Library where young people (grades 6-12) learn real-life technology and engineering skills. This 1,000 square foot addition to the library offers instruction, workshops, mentors and innovative technology tools like a laser cutter and 3D printers. Volunteer Opportunities are available.

Rockwood Makerspace


Current equipment available:

  • 12 Lenovo Y40-80 laptops w/Autodesk Suites
  • 6 iPads Air 2.0 w/audio and video apps
  • 6 MacBook Pro laptops w/Adobe Creative Suite
  • 2 Lulzbot Mini 3D printers
  • 2 Cube 2 3D printers
  • Ultimaker 2 3D printer
  • Epilog Mini 18, 30 watt Laser Cutter
  • 1 Dell 9020 w/Corel Draw
  • High Resolution Digital scanner
  • BenQ wireless overhead projector
  • Othermill Desktop CNC Mill
  • 2 Silhouette Cameo vinyl cutters
  • Ricoh Laser color printer
  • Inkjet wide format photo printer
  • 2 sewing machines, Singer Heavy Duty 23 stitch
  • 4 soldering irons, Weller WLC100
  • Huge software list, please ask
  • Many tools and kits

Rockwood Library makerspace is made possible by gifts to The Library Foundation and a grant from the Mount Hood Cable Regulatory Commission through funds provided by cable companies

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