About Us


The high school MakerSpace Club is for those students in grades 9-12, who are interested in using technology to create almost anything. Through the Phyllis M. Taylor Fab Lab, the club currently has access to a variety of 3D printers (Cubes, Ultimaker 2s, and a MakerBot), iSense 3D scanners, an Epilogue laser cutter, Vinyl cutters, Arduinos, Raspberry Pis, and MaKey MaKeys.

Phyllis M. Taylor Fab Lab Equipment

3D Printers

3D Printers

We currently have several 3D printers available to students, including Ultimaker 2s, Cubes, a MakerBot.

Laser Cutter

Laser Cutter

Our Epilogue Laser Helix has a large 24" x 18" tray, perfect for engraving, etching, and cutting a wide variety of material.

Vinyl Cutter

Vinyl Cutter

We also have multiple vinyl cutters that can be used to create multiple projects, such as cutting stickers and t-shirt design.

Arduino

Ardruino

Students in the MakerSpace club also have access to Arduinos. An Arduino is an open-source prototyping platform based on user-friendly hardware and software.

Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi

A Raspberry Pi is a small, affordable, computer that plugs into a monitor, and uses a keyboard and mouse. It is a versatile device that enables people of all ages to create a wide variety of projects, while explore programming in languages like Scratch and Python.

Makey Makey

MaKey MaKey

A MaKey MaKey is an invention kit for 21st century learners. It allows beginners and experts alike to turn everyday objects into touchpads and combine them with the Internet.