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The Multimedia Center Services
  • 3D Printing
  • We are in the process of setting up a lab with 3D printers. These will be available to anyone. There will be a charge based on the weight of material used. UNDER CONSTRUCTION.
  • Bookscan
  • We offer a scanner for sheets of paper or a flatbed scanner for books or journals. The paper scanner can scan both sides of the paper at the same time. You set the scanner quality and the type of output. Most folks scan to a PDF file and save on their USB drive. Emailing is also available but the file size is limited. It uses an easy to use touch screen for control . There is NO CHARGE to use Bookscan.
  • Computer Lab
  • We have computers available to use for email, writing papers, and surfing the net. Printing is available in either color or bw. There is a fee for printing. A couple of computers are Macs.
  • Ellison Letter Machine
  • Patrons may use dies for the alphabet, numbers, and various shapes. Colored paper appropriate for use in the machine is available for purchase.
  • James' Place Cafe
  • James' Place Cafe is a room set aside for eating lunch or snacks, to study in groups or individual, visit, or just a place to relax. A white board is on one wall. Tables and chairs can be rearranged as needed.
  • Media Center Prints
  • We print posters, photographs, signs, murals and other visual items. We use a large format printer that handles paper up to 44 inches wide. . See the Media Center Prints web page for more information. Samples are on the back wall and also behind the service desk.
  • Pazzles Inspiration Creative Cutter
  • Create your own lettering or design and cut it into paper. No need for dies.
  • Slide Projector (35 mm.)
  • This is available for rental at $2.00 per day, with the weekend counting as one day.
  • Study Area
  • In the same aea as the computer lab there are tables and chairs for group or individual study. The tables, chairs, and large bean bags may be rearanged as needed.

Updated September 1, 2016