Library open regular hours. Recommended time to visit: 60 minutes or less. Masks required (MDHHS Order). Click here for more information.
|Now you can visit the iCube by appointment only and work on projects for 1 hour! To schedule an appointment to use the technology available in the iCube, please click here to fill out our form and a member of the iCube team will contact you!
Please note that due to Covid restrictions, some iCube equipment and services may not be available until Phase 6.
Visit the iCube Makerspace!
Our goal is to inform, inspire and include!
Not sure what to do in the iCube? Pick up a Creative Kit. Each kit contains a self-guided make and take experience that appeals to beginners and experienced makers alike. New kits will be introduced periodically.
Also, take a look at these subscriptions to…
CreativeBug, a go-to resource for high-quality, on-trend arts and crafts instructional videos.
Linkedin Learning (formerly Lynda.com) offers thousands of free online courses in 7 languages, expert instructors with real-world experience and a new mobile experience!
Vidcode, which offers computer science and coding education focused towards tweens and teens. How to sign up.
All free with your NPL library card!
The iCube allows for 13 people to utilize the room at one time. First come, first served.
View the iCube Policy, the iCube Procedures and iCube Tour Procedure for using the space.
New to the iCube
|Einscan 3D Scanner
3D scanners enable you to take a physical object, scan it into a digital format (e.g. the STL file format), and work with the digitized model to create prototypes that are then printed by 3D printers. Once you have a 3D file, send it to us and we'll print it!
The equipment in the iCube fall into 3 usage categories:
- Green = can be used without supervision for DIY projects
- Yellow= Please use during staffed hours assistance with set-up
- Red = requires an appointment with a staff member
|Get Involved! Become a member of our talent team!
The iCube makerspace is where the Novi community can come together to explore, play, create, and share their skills and talents. We strive to foster not just creativity but also collaboration and community ties, and so we are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers to help make the iCube a vital and vibrant space.
As a member of our Talent Team you can share a skill or interest. Some examples are digital media creation, textiles and fiber arts, sewing & quilting, woodworking, paper-crafts, fine art-making, as well as daily-life skills like sewing zippers and hems or attaching a button, fixing a bike tire, or re-wiring a lamp. If you are interested in joining our Talent Team, contact us at email@example.com.