Sid Atkin Makerspace at the St. George, Utah Public Library

I recently learned how to use the laser cutter in the basement of St. George, Utah Public Library. Makerspace is a fantastic “free” resource for all Washington County residents with a library card. Joe Larson is there to answer most questions when learning how to use machines in the Makerspace. Last week, I tested my newly acquired skill of using a laser engraver. Using scrap material, I laser engraved some scrap acrylic, scrap plywood, and my phone case! All the pieces turned out quite well, and I am very impressed with the results. Check out the Makerspace for all your making needs including:

  • 3D printing
  • laser engraving/laser cutting
  • soldering/electronics
  • sewing
  • CNC cutting / CNC router
  • bandsaw and other woodworking

 

Contact information for Sid Atkin Makerspace

Contact Joe Larson
MakerSpace YouTube Channel
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Where can I find the Sid Atkin Makerspace?

Saint George Library Branch Basement Level
All Washington County library branches have Makerspace equipment.
Please ask a library staff member.


When Can I Use the Makerspace?

Wednesday 1:00 pm — 8:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am — 5:00 pm
Friday 1:00 pm — 6:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am — 2:00 pm


How much does it cost?

3D Prints: $0.05 per gram
Laser Cuts: $0.50 per session (No material or cardboard). Material for laser cutter may be available for purchase at Makerspace.
Sewing: $0.50 per session (BYO Fabric)


What other equipment is available?

  • 3D Printers, including Large Format
  • Sewing Machines
  • Soldering Stations
  • CNC Cutter
  • Garage Tools
  • Woodworking Tools
  • Electronic Kits
  • Virtual Reality (VR)

Additional Resources I used for laser cutting

Joseph Cowdell logo file

Joseph Cowdell logo Illustrator file

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