Explore 14 Makerspaces
  • Hacker Lab Powered by Sierra College

    Makerspace at Sierra College

    Hacker Lab is a makerspace and coworking space; an economic catalyst for start-ups and micro-businesses; a place where one can go to learn, create new products or technologies; and a community of diverse minds, skills and interests that reflects a growing and passionate Creative Class.

    Campus Innovation + 3 more

  • Sears think[box]

    Makerspace at Case Western Reserve University

    The seven-story, 50,000 square feet facility is the culmination of a vision that began in 2008 with a small group of faculty to bust open the innovation door on campus. The vision of the Sears think[box] is to operate an open space that enables users of all disciplines, all ages, all organizations to come together as a community to ideate, create, make, tinker, and build.

    Community Engagement + 4 more

  • Launch Lab

    Makerspace at Youngstown State University

    Launch Lab is a hub where students can initiate ideas and then reach out to other campus resources or community resources to bring those ideas into reality.

    Campus Innovation + 2 more

  • Carnegie Mellon Robotics Club

    Makerspace at Carnegie Mellon University

    The Carnegie Mellon Robotics Club, also known as "Roboclub", is a student organization, a makerspace & social space for robotics projects. Founded in 1984 it's one of the oldest collegiate robotics clubs in the world.

    Robotics

  • Department of Design Make Lab

    Makerspace at Radford University

    Our Makerspace is located in McGuffey Hall and was built to give design students an outlet to realize creative ideas in physical form.

    Design

  • BoilerMAKER Labs

    Makerspace at Purdue University

    The BoilerMAKER labs were the result of a need for socialization space for students in the College of Technology as well as a location for students to access desktop 3D printing technology (FDM). And the other BoilerMAKER lab is the called the ‘Guitar Lab’. Originally designed as a lab for educating students in manufacturing via building acoustic and electric guitars, it has grown in popularity and expanded its reach to allow students access to CNC routers, laser cutters/engravers, and other woodworking equipment for their academic projects.

    Engineering + 3 more

  • Maker Lab

    Makerspace at Santa Clara University

    after obtaining support from the School of Engineering and the Kern Family Foundation, the Robotics Systems Lab has forged the way for future students to have a chance to make no matter what year or major. It has been actively running for more than 2 years. It is located within the Engineering in Bannan Engineering Labs and is available to all on campus.

    Design + 2 more

  • ICE Makerspace

    Makerspace at James Madison University

    The resulting ICE (Innovation, Collaboration, and Entrepreneurship) structure and Makerspace opened for business in April 2014. The future success of the project depends on continued support and collaboration of the three founding partners. Ongoing operations of the Makerspace area are funded by 4-VA.

    Campus Innovation + 3 more

  • FABWorks

    Makerspace at University of California Irvine

    FABWorks is a MakerSpace located at University of California Irvine in the Calit2 building, Room 2302. It was built in order to expand experiential learning opportunities for students and the local community for hands on rapid prototyping and advanced manufacturing tools and processes.

    Digital Fabrication + 3 more

  • Bobcat Made

    Makerspace at Texas State University-San Marcos

    An open access research/innovation lab available to any Texas State student.

    Engineering

  • UH FabLab

    Makerspace at University of Hawaii at Manoa

    The UH FabLab is located on the 4th floor of Holmes Hall. The space was originally a physical electronics lab.

    Digital Fabrication + 2 more

  • The MILL

    Makerspace at Indiana University

    the MILL will support teaching and learning with new digital fabrication technologies, framing Indiana University’s School of Education as a leader in the maker education movement by offering a dedicated space to come and learn, teach, and research through making in this space, as well as existing community outreach programs.

    Education + 1 more