Unleash creativity.

NOTICE: All programs are suspended temporarily at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.

We offer advanced software, tools and equipment to create anything you can dream of. From printing your own chess pieces to recording your own music, we can help you bring your inspiration into reality.

  • Studio-quality musical recording hardware and instruments
  • Letting you explore your creative skills with specialized software, like Photoshop
  • Helping you discover and learn the tools of the trade for music production, 3D design and more

Central Library
Advanced tools to create music, designs, and 3D objects. Come create your concept.

Temporarily closed.

Hardware & Software
  • Makerbot Replicator+
  • Synthesizers & Vocoder
  • Digital piano
  • Electric drums (by appt. only)
  • Microphones
  • PreSonus Studio One 2 & Audacity

Tom Sanderson Design Spot
Arcade Library
A design and printing studio are waiting. Get in and make anything you can imagine.

Temporarily closed.

Equipment & Hardware
  • Makerbot Replicator+
  • 3D Scanner
  • Cricut Maker
  • Soldering iron station
  • Sewing machine and serger
  • Laminator
  • Button Maker
  • Adobe CC Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere, and InDesign
  • Adobe CS6 Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign
  • AutoCAD 2013
  • Blender
  • FreeCAD
  • SketchUp 2017

Have Questions?
How can I use the music equipment?

Some of the musical equipment is for use by appointment only, so be sure to contact us to see what is available or to make an appointment.

Can anyone use Design Spot and Makerspace?

Makerspace and Tom Sanderson Design Spot are open to everyone. If you are younger than 18, you must be accompanied by an adult. See the complete policy for 3D printing for more details about makerspace usage.

Do any other locations besides Arcade and Central have a makerspace?

Not right now, but Courtland, Fair Oaks, Franklin Community, Martin Luther King, Jr., Rancho Cordova and South Natomas libraries offer a 3D printer.

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