Maker Lab

The space is open for some programming and regular library use.

Explore STEAM concepts in our Maker Lab. From crafts and robots to coding and design, our Maker Lab makes available projects and tasks to encourage lifelong learning and exploration.

The space is also available as a collaborative workspace with a variety of tables and large white boards ready for use.

The 3D printer and large format printer are available in the Maker Lab.

Creatility CR-6 SE 3D Printer

Background on 3D printers: Since 2015, Cedarburg Public Library has provided access to 3D printers for the public. We are on our 3rd generation of printers.​

Uses: Our 3D printers have been used over the years to print fun popular, replacement parts, original designs, and prototypes for production research. It is always something new.

Creality CR-6 SE Donation: Our current 3D printer was donated to the library from a purchase during a Kickstarter campaign.

How to Print

Prepare your print: Stop by the library’s Makerlab space to prepare your 3D print. Once it is ready, schedule a time to start your print. It may be right away or it may be within a week. Basic instructions are in the Makerlab and staff can assist if needed.

Starting your print: At the beginning of your reservation staff can assist you in swapping out the filament color and with starting the print. After it starts you can stay and watch, or stop by after it is printed and pick it up at the Checkout Desk. Prints must be started during library hours but they can go overnight and into the next day. Reservations can be made for up to 24 hours, if more time is needed, please ask for assistance.

Please contact Anthony Sigismondi at (262) 375-7640 x201 or email for more information.

CR-6 SE Details

CR-6 SE Features:

  • 32Bit Silent Motherboard
  • Self-levelling - no adjustments needed
  • 4.3 inch Colorful Touchscreen Interface
  • Tool Storage Drawer
  • Adjustable Belt Tensioner
  • Handle!
  • Dual Z-Axis Stepper Motors w/Covers
  • Build Plate Clamps
  • Wider Y-Axis Profile
  • Filament Runout Sensor

CR-6 SE Specifiations: The CR-6 offers benefits of new technology and favorable upgrades most made to 3D printers.

They include:

  • FDM Printer
  • Cartesian-XY-Head
  • 0.12-0.4mm Layer Thickness
  • 235 x 235 x 250mm
  • .1mm Precision
  • 80-100mm Print Speed
  • 260 degrees Celsius Nozzle Temp
  • 110 degrees Celsius Bed Temp
  • .01mm XY-Axis Positioning Precision
  • Carborandum Glass Build Plate
  • STL/OBJ/AMF File Types
  • Windows/Mac software
  • Creality Slicer, Cura, Simplify 3D, MatterControl (Slicers and more)
  • Offline Printing with SD Card


Adult Non-fiction

New Adult Nonfiction books available at Cedarburg Public Library.

12 Rules for Life

By Jordan B. Peterson


By Mirin Fader

Feels Like Home

By Lauren Liess

In Love

By Amy Bloom


By Anderson Cooper Katherine Howe

Truth about Crypto

By Ric Edelman

James Patterson by James Patterson

By James Patterson

I am glad that my mom dead

By Jennette McCurdy


A selection of science fiction and fantasy books available at Cedarburg Public Library.

A Marvellous Light

By Freya Marske

Winter's Orbit

By Everina Maxwell

The Jasmine Throne

By Tasha Suri

Nettle & Bone

By T. Kingfisher

When Women Were Dragons

By Kelly Regan Barnhill

Black Sun

By Rebecca Roanhorse

Undertaking of Hart and Mercy

By Megan Bannen

New Picture Books

New picture books available in the Youth Services Department.

Creepy Crayon

By Aaron Reynolds Peter Brown

The Smart Cookie

By John Jory

All are welcome

By Alexandra Penfold

Time for School, Little Blue Truck

By Alice Schertle

The Crayons Trick or Treat

By Drew Daywalt

The Pigeon Will Ride the Roller Coaster!

By Mo Willems

New JV Fiction

It's the End of the World and I'm in My Bathing Suit

By Justin A. Reynolds

My Own Lightning

By Lauren Wolk

The School of Whatnots

By Margaret Peterson Haddix

The secret battle of Evan Pao

By Wendy Wan Long Shang

Small Town Pride

By Phil Stamper

Valentina Salazar is Not a Monster Hunter

By Zoraida Córdova

Friendship Stories (middle grades)

Navigating friendships can be rewarding and also challenging in middle and high school.