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What is Corner 68?
Corner 68, located on the main level of the Dundee Library, is a collaborative learning space for digital and maker-type programs and experiences. Staff led computer classes, book club and discussions, language learning sessions, maker and craft programs, and equipment demonstrations are held here.
When is Corner 68 open?
Corner 68 is available for use from 1 to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 1 to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Corner 68 is unavailable for use when a program is in session. Please be aware that these times are subject to change.
How do I use the equipment?
You may reserve most equipment in 3-hour blocks by calling Adult and Teen Services at 847-428-3661 (press 3). Otherwise, equipment is available on a first come, first served basis. Certain equipment has profiency requirements or can only be used by staff members or during a library program. Equipment that requires certification includes the sewing machine and Silhouette Cameo. Request an appointment for certification.
Do you charge for anything in Corner 68?
- 3D prints are $.10 per gram
- Adhesive vinyl (sticker paper) for Silhouette Cameo - $1.00/sheet
- Cardstock - $.20/sheet
Can I bring my own materials to use with the equipment?
You may bring your own materials to use, however, they must first be approved by a library staff member.
- Lulzbot Mini 3D Printer
- Silhouette Cameo
- Sewing Machine
- VHS to DVD Converter
- Vinyl to MP3 Converter
- Cassette to MP3 Converter
- Epson Photo, Image, Film, Negative and Document Scanner