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Stego Studio - Steely Library's Makerspace

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Welcome to Stego Studio! Located in Room 215 on the library's second floor, the makerspace is free and open to the NKU community. 

How to use Stego Studio: 

To use the equipment, makers must complete an access and usage agreement form and may be asked to show their NKU All Card upon entering. Walk-ins are welcome. Maximum studio capacity is 20 people.  

Hours: Monday - Friday 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.


  • Two professional, high-end 3D printers (Fusion 3 F410) 
  • Two desktop 3D printers (Lulzbot Mini 2)  
  • A powerful laser cutter/engraver that can print on a variety of materials (Glowforge) 
  • A handheld scanner to create precise scans of large objects (Einscan Pro)  
  • A tabletop scanner to capture smaller objects (SOL 3D Scanner)  
  • Computers and software for use with the printers and scanners 

Not familiar with these technologies?

Don’t worry! We invite you to stop by and learn. 

  • Explore the makerspace during open hours - Specific guidelines about equipment usage are below. 
  • Request a consultation with makerspace staff - This is helpful if you have an idea but you’re not sure where to start or need assistance with the equipment.
  • Book an introductory tour of the makerspace or an equipment demo for your class or group - Contact makerspace staff to learn more.

Stop by and watch your vision come to 3-dimensional life!

Have a question? Feel free to reach out to Makerspace staff at

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Check back soon for more information about the technologies and services!