This new collaborative space in our library has a variety of equipment and materials for youth, teens and adults to explore creative projects. Expect to find tools as sophisticated as sewing and embroidery machines, and cameras; and STEM supplies as fundamental as Lego® blocks to cardboard.
The Royal Oak Public Library's Makerspace is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.
- Fuji Instax Mini (film not provided)
- Video Camera 4K Camcorder
- Green Screen and Accessories
- Brother Serger 1634DX (needles not provided)
- Brother CS7205 Sewing and Quilting Machine (needles not provided)
- Singer 4411 Heavy Duty Machine (needles not provided)
- Brother SE1900 Embroidery Machine and Software
We have 2 button makers: 1.25” and 2.25”. Each button you make costs 5 cents. We provide the button supplies, but you need to supply your own artwork. We provide a paper cutter to cut your buttons to the exact size for our machines. Please use the correct template on this website for your artwork. Please watch the video below to learn how to use the button maker.
We have a large laminator (you need to know how to use one) and a small laminator that will laminate up to 11x17 paper. We have the laminating sheets, which cost $0.25 for 8x11 and $0.50 for 11x17 and larger.
- Vinyl to MP3 Conversion Equipment and Software