- All you need to do to use the MakerLab is stop by during open hours and ask to be trained on a piece of equipment. Alternatively, you may take a workshop or instruction session to learn the material.
- Most access to equipment is free for students, staff, and faculty to use.
- If you would like for us to 3D print for you, or if you want to print on the resin printers (Form 2), or you’d like us to design a 3D object for you, or you want us to offer a tour for your school group, there are fees associated with these services. A list of all of the MakerLab’s fee based services are available for you to review. You can request help by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- The MakerLab is located on the second floor of the Library.
- Open for the fall 2019 semester: September 3 – December 10, 2019: 10am – 6pm
- You can also sign up for a workshop or request a workshop for your group
- Read and agree to follow the safety plans.
- Pick tools to learn by choosing from 3D printing, soldering, dremel, sewing machines, microphones, cameras, and video cameras, arduino, or anything we have – see the full equipment list.
- A MakerLab employee will then train you in the safe and efficient use of each technology
- Reserve time using the resource management system
- Does your project or 3D print require additional time?
- email email@example.com
- attach your STL file and your gcode for a Taz 6 with a regular extruder
- include the length of time
Request Instruction or Workshop
- Request instruction for your class, an instruction session for your group, or one on one instruction using the form at this instruction request information page.
- The Maker Instruction Toolkit is best for courses requiring the makerspace