Novi, MI opened the "iCube Makerspace" to enhance resident innovation at its public library

Novi, Mi opened the iCube Makerspace at its public library

The City of Novi Michigan has added the iCube Makerspace to its library, designed for creativity and exploration. This do-it-yourself Makerspace enables up to 13 users at once to expand their previously conceived technological capacities with the Makerspace's innovative equipment. The equipment includes 3D printers, laser engraving equipment, a woodcutter, photo editing and scanning equipment and conversion equipment.

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