Mon - Fri: 10:00am to 06:00pm
Saturday: 1:00pm to 05:00pm
10011 - 102 Street Fort Saskatchewan, AB T8L 2C5
Where ideas come to life
We offer services that help the creative juices flow. As of September 1, 2021 our Makerspace is available for public use.
November 9, 2021 – The 3D printer is currently out-of-order while we await a replacement component. We have suspended print submissions for the time being, please refer back here or to social media for updates.
3D printing is the process of taking a digital file and making three dimensional solid objects. It is made by laying down many successive thin layers of material.
Click here to review our 3D printing guidelines.
We now support dual nozzle print jobs! With this technology our printer can complete prints designed to be printed with two colours of filament, and create support structures composed of materials that dissolve in water. Please note: at this time we only support models initially designed with allowances for dual nozzle printing.
Please note: due to increased material cost we will be charging 30 cents per gram for the use of dissolvable support material. We will determine at the time of print whether we need to take advantage of dissolvable material to produce a quality print.
Where to get started? Check out thingiverse and tinkercad for ideas and to create your own designs!
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We have a full keyboard with weighted keys and pedal, an electronic drum kit with lots of style settings, and a Fender guitar! Come to the desk to check out the drumsticks or the guitar and start jamming! All the equipment uses headphones.
Make gorgeous cards, tags, and other designs with our Die Cutting kit! We have the Big Shot die cutter and several collections like Merry Patterns, Christmas Quilt, Vintage Leaves, Foxy Friends, and Smitten Mittens. Bring in some paper and ask at the front desk for the tools!
View a full list of our die cut collections here!
Check out a video game from the Circulation Desk and start playing on our interactive smart board projector!
In addition to amazing software like iMovie and Garage band, we have installed Final Cut Pro on this beautiful iMac! You can even burn your films onto a blu-ray using our blu-ray burner! Discs are available for purchase at the desk.
Do you have old photos and VHS that you want to preserve? Convert them to digital at our Digital Conversion Station. We have a high volume photo scanner and a flat bed scanner, as well as industry grade software to manage these photos. Use our VHS playing and conversion equipment to convert old videos to DVD or to a digital format. You can also bring in a camcorder with 8mm tapes to convert them. We also have a slide/film negative scanner and a cassette to digital converter available at the front desk. The computer also has Adobe Creative Suite! This means expensive, industry standard software like Photoshop is now at your fingertips.
Try out our button makers to make 1″ or 2 1/4″ buttons! You can draw your own designs or you can create designs on the computer. We recommend the free online program, Canva. For directions on how to use Canva, click here. You can access 1″ button template here and the 2 1/4″ button template here.
After taking an orientation with a staff member to show that you can use the machine safely, all the power of the Singer Quantum Stylist 9960 will be free for you to use! This advanced machine has 600 built-in stitches, 13 fully automatic buttonholes, 25 needle positions, and so much more!
It’s not just books you can take home from the library! Now you can go home with this great equipment! These items must be checked out by an adult on an adult library card (FSPL, SCL, or ME) in good standing. The items must be picked up and returned to Fort Saskatchewan Public Library. Items can be taken out for three weeks and cannot be renewed. Patrons are responsible for damages and loss. Click here to view the items in the catalogue and to place a hold!
Includes guitar, strap, and tuner.
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