The MakerSpace will have no face-to-face drop in hours for the remainder of Spring Quarter.
If you wish to complete a project using the Makerspace equipment in the meantime, submit a request using this link; we will fabricate it for you and coordinate the pick up or mail it to you. If you have another question or request, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The UWB Makerspace is a creative environment with the equipment needed for curricular and co-curricular maker endeavors. Located on the first floor of Discovery Hall, the Makerspace is a free resource for students, faculty, and staff.
Do you love the Makerspace? Volunteer!
We are now accepting applications for volunteers. Please bring printed applications to staff during Makerspace hours or email completed form to email@example.com.
Volunteers will have the opportunity to learn in depth about the makerspace tools, spend time in the Makerspace weekly, and get experience teaching and interacting with makerspace equipment. Volunteers who commit to at least two volunteer hours per week, will have an opportunity to receive quarterly locker space in Discovery Hall. All experience levels are welcome to volunteer, so apply now!
New to the world of Makers? Please drop in when you have time for basic knowledge and skills workshops. These workshops will cover what you will need to know to start using the equipment in the Makerspace, and can be performed by any staff member. Simply ask to learn about the space.
Location & directions
The Collaboratory is located in Discovery Hall on floor one, room DSC-152.
3D Printing Workshops in the Makerspace.
Have you all had a chance to check out the new Makerspace layout and tools? We have made some awesome improvements this quarter and would love it for you all to check it out.
Did you guys hear that we got ten new 3D printers and a larger laser cutter this school year thanks to SAF!
The Immersive Medical Hackathon is a weekend-long co-creation event that focuses on this intersection of virtual and augmented reality technology with healthcare challenges. It is an opportunity for healthcare professionals, researchers, and technologists to explore the possibilities of this space together.
If you missed it on the home page be sure to check out the latest video from UWB. It features our Makerspace!