Mayfield Innovation Center
6080 Wilson Mills Rd, Mayfield Village, Ohio, 44143, United States of America
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The Mayfield Innovation Center was inaugurated in 2015, as a renovation of a public library on the Mayfield High School campus. The lab is a section of the building that also houses some dedicated high school classes on CAD, Medical technologies, and Engineering that utilize the lab in their study. Additionally, all elementary and middle school students get specially curated trips to the Fab Lab in order to provide them direct access to the concepts and practices of digital fabrication.

The Innovation Center Fab Lab hosts a nearly complete inventory of Fab Lab tools and ample space for students to design and build projects, inventions and small business startups. Most frequently, the lab is used for classwork; however, student clubs (such as Science Olympiad) or individuals with special interest projects are often in the lab after school hours. Across all of the projects that move through the lab, education is the stalwart goal of the lab. The educators that run the lab are always looking to use the space and tools therein to deepen student curiosity and understanding. The educational goals of Mayfield School District, that includes the Innovation Center, support the development of future-ready students with a deep technical, cultural and academic skillset.

Lab Capabilities
  • 3D printing
  • CNC-Milling
  • Circuit production
  • Laser
  • Precision milling
  • Vinyl cutting
Employees
Coreyr
Corey Rice
Digital Fabrication Educator
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Craig Schmidt
Digital Fabrication Educator

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