Rockwood Makerspace

A space for teens to learn and create at Rockwood Library

The makerspace is a collaborative learning environment at Rockwood Library with an emphasis on middle and high school learners. The space provides access to innovative technology, equipment, software and supportive mentors. Within this 1,000 square-foot area, students learn real-life technology, design and engineering skills through open labs, workshops and camps.

Tours, workshops and professional development opportunities are available for educators as well. Contact us to learn more.

Makerspace schedule:

December 2019 in English (PDF)

December 2019 in Spanish (PDF)

Here are photos featuring great makerspace creations.

Available equipment

  • 12 Dell 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 Ultimaker 2+ 3D printer
  • Tazbot 6 3D printer
  • Epilog Mini 18, 30 watt Laser Cutter
  • 1 Dell 9020 w/Corel Draw
  • High Resolution Digital scanner
  • BenQ wireless overhead projector
  • Mayku Formbox Vacuum Mold
  • Othermill Desktop CNC Mill
  • 4 Silhouette Cameo vinyl cutters
  • Ricoh Laser color printer
  • Inkjet wide format photo printer
  • 4 sewing machines, Singer Heavy Duty 23 stitch
  • 4 soldering irons, Weller WLC100
  • Huge software list, please ask
  • Many tools and kits

Rockwood Library Makerspace

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

Library Foundation logo
Logo for Mt. Hood Cable Regulatory Commission Community Technology grants