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Cline Library MakerLab

We invite you to experience the MakerLab, where you can discover, design, and create products that foster your imagination and creativity and solve real-world problems. The MakerLab includes the first MakerBot Innovation Center in the West, an array of 20 3D printers, plus tools and components for creating your own electronic devices.

The MakerLab is available to all NAU and CCC students, faculty, staff and members of the public. The MakerLab is open the same hours as the library building, though an NAU or CCC ID is required to enter the building after 9pm.

The primary purpose of the MakerLab is to provide an open, publicly-accessible space for making-related activities. As such, we generally do not reserve the MakerLab for exclusive use by a particular group. Groups are welcome to hold events in the MakerLab, but generally the room will remain open for use as well. Exceptions to this policy will be made on a limited, case-by-case basis for events that directly support the mission and purpose of the MakerLab. If you would like to hold an event in the MakerLab and would like to have it listed in the Upcoming Events section of the library website, please contact us.

The MakerLab was funded in part by the Arizona State Library through a Library Services and Technology Act grant award administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

To learn more about the MakerLab, explore the links below, check out the MakerLab Guide and search our FAQs.