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Digital Media Lab

The Logan Library Digital Media Lab is open to any adult with a valid government issued ID. If a minor wishes to use the lab, they need a responsible adult, with valid ID, accompanying them.

The Logan Library Digital Media Lab has the following equipment and software available for public use:

Available Technology

  • Windows 8 Touch-screen PC
  • Apple iMac
  • 3D Printer
  • Wacom Drawing Tablet
  • Film Reader - Film to SD Plus
  • VHS to PC Converter
  • Apple iPad Air
  • Google Nexus
  • Boom Box (CD and Cassette capabilities)
  • Vinyl to Digital Record Player
  • Logitech Wireless Headphones
  • Skullcandy Headphones
  • Eskuche Headphones

Available Software

Apple iMac Software
  • Drawing
    • Sketchbook Express 2010
    • Sketchbook
    • Wacom Drawing Tablet
  • Movie Making & Editing
    • iMovie
  • Music Making & Editing
    • Audacity
    • Garage Band
  • Digital Photo Editing
    • Photoshop Elements
Windows 8 Touchscreen PC Software
  • Drawing
    • Corel Painter Lite
    • Windows Paint
    • Sketchbook Express 2010
    • Sketchup
    • Wacom Drawing Tablet
  • Movie Making & Editing
    • Honestech VHS to DVD
    • Power DVD 10
    • Power DVD 12
    • Power Director
    • Windows Movie Maker
  • Music Making & Editing
    • Audacity
    • Sound Forge Audio Studio
  • Digital Photo Editing
    • Photoshop Elements

3D Printer - Dremel 3D20 Idea Builder

The Logan Library has a 3D printer available for educational and/or personal not-for-profit use. The library will accept designs and print them as they fit the policy. This is a single-extruder, PLA filament printer. The print resolution maximum is 100 microns; most print jobs are run at 50 microns.

  • Acceptable file types: .STL (preferred), .OBJ
  • Maximum print size (build platform dimensions): 9"x5.9"x5.5"

Like our paper printing, 3D printing also costs money. The rate is $0.20 per meter for the first 100 meters. Print requests that exceed 100m will be charged a $0.30 per meter premium over 100m. If the print requester has a valid library card, the first 50m of the first print request are free.

Requesting a Print job:


  1. Read the policy. By supplying the library with files to print, you are accepting these policies and agreeing to abide by them. You are also claiming that you either hold the copyright or trademark to the material you are printing, or that it is copyright free.
  2. Fill out the form. Indicate your preferred contact information so we can effectively let you know your payment due and when your print is ready to pick up.
  3. Supply the file. Bring a thumb drive, SD card or CD with your print file to the Information Desk. Files in the .stl format are preferred, though .obj files are also acceptable.
  4. Wait 2-5 business days for the total. The librarian will need to assess whether your file fits our policy, and if our 3D printer can print your creation. If it passed both criteria, you will be notified of the total you owe to cover the filament cost.
  5. Pay for your print. You do need to pay for your print job before the library can start to print it. We accept cash, check and (some) credit card payments. You can even pay over the phone with your MasterCard or Visa.
  6. Pick up your print. This can take between 3 and 10 business days based on request density, number of parts, number of colors, and other factors. We will notify you via your preferred contact information. You will have 7 days from that notification to pick-up your print and drive from the Check-Out Desk.