Summer Makerspace Updates
The Makerspace will have remote service hours for the remainder of Summer Quarter. Meetings and consultations longer than ten minutes are by appointment only. There will be no in-person activities of any kind for the Summer Quarter. Please see the list below for available services.
All new users must complete the Makerspace User Agreement before using any Makerspace resources.
- If you wish to complete a project using the Makerspace equipment, please fill out the Remote Service Request form; we will fabricate it for you and coordinate the pick up. We do not mail any equipment, materials, or prints.
- Remote Workshops will be offered via Zoom Monday through Friday at various times between 10:00am to 4:00pm. Please check the workshops schedule page for precise dates and times. All attendees must fill out the workshop sign up form to let us know what workshop they will be attending.
- If you require remote assistance or consultation, we are available to meet over Zoom Monday through Friday from 10:00am to 4:00pm. Please send us an email to email@example.com to coordinate these times.
If you have other questions or requests, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UW Bothell 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 all UW Bothell students, faculty, and staff.* The lab is equipped with tools such as 3D printers, laser cutters, a vinyl cutter, sewing machines and more.
Do you love the Makerspace? Volunteer!
We are now accepting applications for volunteers (docx). 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? Training is available through virtual skills workshops and in-person training. 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.
Location & directions
The Makerspace is located in Discovery Hall on floor one, room DSC-152. View Discovery Hall building map (listed as Collaboratory on building map).
*We do not service Cascadia College students, faculty, or staff at this time.