YOUR PLACE TO CREATE

Studio use is currently limited to Sachem cardholders only.

DESIGN, PRINT, ENGRAVE, record, CODE, SEW, BUILD, DRAW & INNOVATE

The Studio is a collaborative environment designed to educate, motivate, and enrich the lives of patrons of all ages, a place to share ideas while exploring new technologies. Each department in the library is equipped with 3D printers as well as resources geared towards the appropriate age group.

The Studio is proud to announce the grand opening of THE BOOTH, a sound recording studio at the library!  Record vocals, instruments, podcasts or oral histories!  Call us to reserve your Booth time!

FORMS AND POLICIES:

Studio A (Adults)

  • 3D Printing & Scanning
  • Laser engraving: Engrave on materials including wood, glass and leather. You must bring your own materials.
  • Virtual Reality: Call for walk-in times.
  • iMacs and PCs: Adobe Creative Cloud, Sketchup 3D, and digital microscope.
  • Podcasting Booth: Call to reserve The Booth – Sachem’s recording studio
  • And Much MORE!!

Please note: modest fees apply for 3D printing, scanning, and engraving.  See request form here for details.

Studio T (Teens)

  • Learn to draw with Osmos & the Masterpiece app.
  • Control the Sphero Ollie robot.
  • Design digital art, video and photo editing, music production, coding, and gaming development with Wacom drawing tablets.
  • iPad Minis (in-house use only)
  • Guided programs using RaspberryPi, Adruino, Lego Mindstorm robotics, PS4 VR, 3D printing and modeling
  • Make an appointment for green screen tech, help with Sketchup or TinkerCAD, or use our button maker.

Studio C (Children)

  • Expose children in grades 3 to 6 to Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math with our Maker Kits located in The Spot. Maker Kits are regularly updated with new kits and activities.
  • Children grades 3 to 6 can use our iPads for in house use which are loaded with applications and games that are educational and entertaining.
  • Studio C provides programming for school-aged children. These programs include topic specific classes, open labs, as well as workshops that cover the areas of technology, woodworking, and textiles.