IMLS Mini Technology Grant – November 2022

Camden County Library District has been awarded a technology mini-grant that replaces and updates six 24″ monitors and thirty-three 27″ monitors for staff and patron use. These are replacing monitors whose displays are inadequate and outdated. We are also updating and replacing equipment in our Creation Station Makerspace with the following: 

  • Prusa I3 Mk3S+ filament printer with Prusa MMU2S five filament handler (allowing us to print five colors in one print job)
  • Prusa SL1S + CW1S; a high-resolution resin printer with a wash and curing station)
  • RevoPoint Mini (high-resolution 3D scanner with automatic turntable)
  • Two new desktop computers to manage printers and scanners

Project #: 2022-LBE2-TMG22-150

This project is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State.

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