maker space

In 2023, Harrison County Lifelong Learning opened a Maker Space within the learning center, creating a space where individuals have access to cutting edge technology and equipment. The project was made possible through a $40,000 grant from Samtec Cares and a $10,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation. The project includes advanced technology equipment such as 3D printers, a laser engraver, and a waterjet CNC. This space allows people to be innovative, creative and gain essential experience on state-of-the-art equipment.

3D Printer

waterjet printer

laser printer

Harrison County Lifelong Learning partners with Maker13 in Jeffersonville, Indiana to offer training on the software and use of the equipment. Dual membership with the organizations allows small business owners, students, and entrepreneurs to use the equipment at either location and allows members to participate in joint projects and events.


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