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The Northbrook Public Library broke ground on its new makerspace project on Jan. 15. The space will offer guests of all ages the chance to use an array of technologies, like 3-D carvers and printers, embroidery and sewing machines, a computer numerical control machine and more. Graphics courtesy of the Northbrook Public Library.
The Northbrook Public Library broke ground on its new makerspace project on Jan. 15. The space will offer guests of all ages the chance to use an array of technologies, like 3-D carvers and printers, embroidery and sewing machines, a computer numerical control machine and more. Graphics courtesy of the Northbrook Public Library.
The Northbrook Public Library broke ground on its new makerspace project on Jan. 15. The space will offer guests of all ages the chance to use an array of technologies, like 3-D carvers and printers, embroidery and sewing machines, a computer numerical control machine and more. Graphics courtesy of the Northbrook Public Library.
Martin Carlino, Editor
4:28 pm CST January 26, 2018
Just how much creativity can flow through the walls of a 2,450-square-foot space? Well, the Northbrook Public Library is about to test the limits.