The Latest Making Tools are Here.

So are friendly experts who can help you every step of the way

Our newly expanded Fab Lab gives every maker in our community access to the latest tools and equipment they need to transform an idea into a reality. We also have experts on hand at all times to show you how to use every tools and to keep you safe while you do.
Take a look at the equipment available to you.

Laser Cutters/Engravers

Epilog Mini 18 Laser

20-watt CO2 Legend Elite Series computer controlled laser engraver/cutter provides an 18″ x 12″ (457 x 305 mm) work area.

Epilog Helix 2 Laser

40-Watt CO2 Legend Elite Series computer controlled laser engraver/cutter provides 24″ x 18″ (610 x 457 mm) work area and a 8.5″ (216 mm) z-stroke.

Epilog Rotary Attachment

Rotary axis that allows cylindrical objects to be lasered inside of the Mini 18 or Helix 24.

  • General processes: Engrave, cut through many non-metallic materials that are less than 1/4” thick (thicker might be possible depending upon material)
  • Typical uses: Precisely cut through materials and/or engrave text, logos, graphics and photos
  • Common materials: Paper, cardboard, acrylic, wood, laserable plastic, glass (engraving not cutting)
  • Limitations: Will not cut metal. Can never be used with PVC, vinyl, pleather, artificial leather, polycarbonate, HDPE, fiberglass, coated carbon fiber, unidentified materials, and any other material that emits hazardous fumes when burned

Vinyl Cutters

Roland CAMM-1 Servo GX-24

Precisely cut vinyl decals, conductive copper film, adhesive backed epoxy film, or laminate film. Loadable material width is 50 to 700 mm (2 to 27-1/2 in) Maximum cutting area is width of 584 mm (22-15/16 in) and length of 24998 mm (984-1/8 in)

  • General processes: Precisely cut vinyl decals, conductive copper film, adhesive backed epoxy film, or laminate film
  • Typical uses: Signs, banners, simple silk-screens for t-shirts, bags, etc., flexible circuit boards (single and multi-layer), micro fluidic devices
  • Limitations: Users must use the materials sold

Precision Milling Machine

Roland Modela MDX-15

This precision (micron resolution) milling machine includes a contact scanner attachment. Max operation area: 152.4 mm (X) x 101.6 mm (Y) x 60.5 mm (Z)

  • General processes: Precision 2D and 3D machining, scanning (with optional attachment)
  • Typical uses: Removing copper cladding to create rigid surface mount circuit boards, machining small objects and molds
  • Limitations: Only able to cut softer material s like FR1 stock, machinable wax, machinable foam, wood, acrylic, ABS, plaster, etc. Maximum tool diameter is 0.125”

Large CNC Milling Machine

Shopbot PRSstandard

Large (4’x8′) numerically-controlled milling machine with variable frequency drive (VFD) spindle – 96” x 48” x 6” nominal cutting area. Must use during designated times when assistance is available unless certified.

Forest Scientific HS CNC Router

With closed loop hybrid servo technology, variable frequency drive (VFD) spindle, and vacuum hold-down table – 48” x 96” x 10.5” nominal cutting area. Intended for experienced users; must use during designated times when assistance is available.

  • General processes: 2D and 3D machining of larger objects
  • Typical uses: Cutting plywood based furniture and objects, making wood signs, cutting larger 3D objects from machinable foam
  • Limitations: Not intended for cutting metal; you should supply your own tooling (typically use standard wood working cutters without bearings)

3D Printers

MakerGear M2 Dual Extruder

FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) print technology, build dimensions: 200 mm (8″) x 250 mm (10″) x 200 mm (8″), heated borosilicate glass print bed, 0.35 mm brass nozzles.

  • General processes: 3D printing of 3-dimensional plastic parts directly from a 3D computer file
  • Typical uses: 3D printing of usable objects and prototypes to test form, fit, and function
  • Limitations: Must use the materials sold in the lab; typically use 0.75 mm; Polylactic acid (PLA) filament

3D Scanners

NextEngine 3D Scanner HD (with turn table)

Uses Multi-stripe laser triangulation (MLT) technology with twin 5.0 megapixel CMOS image sensors. Field size: 5.1” x 3.8” (Macro) and 13.5” x 10.1” (Wide). Dimensional accuracy +/- 100 micron (Macro) and +/- 300 micron (Wide).

  • General processes: Used to scan an existing 3D object to create a digital point cloud data
  • Typical use: Digitize complex shapes for 3D printing, reverse engineering, design modification, computer graphics, etc
  • Limitations: Field size is 5.1” x 3.8” (Macro) and 13.5” x 10.1” (Wide); time consuming and somewhat difficult to use; creates point cloud data which is of limited use without additional software


Windows Computers

Some computers also have Ubuntu. Have software for 2D design, 3D design, CAD/CAM, electronic schematic and circuit design, micro-controller programming, 3D slicing and printing, etc.

iMac Computers

These are equipped with Adobe Creative Suite

Electronics Workbench

Soldering station

Circuit board rework tools

Programming tools for low-cost high-speed embedded processors

Variable DC power supply

Digital multi-meter, oscilloscope, etc.

  • General processes: Soldering, programming, testing and repair
  • Typical uses: Creating surface mount and through-hole circuits; exploration of electronic, sensors and other inputs and output devices, programmable control, interfaces, circuit design and testing, etc

Other Equipment

24” Acrylic bender

Vacuum former

8.5” x 11” laminator

Scroll saw

Ridgid oscillating Edge Belt / Spindle Sander

Drill press

Molding and casting supplies

Composites supplies

Multi-site group video conferencing system

What's the cost to you?

Almost nothing. Most of our equipment is free to use during open Fab Lab hours. All you need to do is bring your own materials. And we can help you figure out what you need and where to find it.

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Tour the Campana Center

Let us show you around. Then let's see what we can make together.

LCCC Campana Center

1005 N Abbe Rd Elyria, OH 44035
(440) 366-4005

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