The MakerSpace prototyping facilities are co-located with an expansive, flexible co-working space. The space will feature an open floorplan that allows its tables and chairs to be rearranged, as needed, to facilitate work and interaction. It will also feature conference-call capable smartboards, copious whiteboard spaces, dedicated computer workstations, and supplies to allow projects to move forward smoothly. It will be overseen by an on-sight technologist who can manage projects, handle machines, and help project teams deliver results on time.
The MakerSpace has ample spaces for students to work individually or in groups. Within the MakerSpace is a conference room that can be reserved for more private meetings. The MakerSpace Director and Industrial Liaison’s office is also housed within the space.
The coworking space within the MakerSpace is able to support variable configurations of tables and chairs to allow students and others to utilize the space to engage their creativity and productivity.
Within this device room, students will have the opportunity use equipment including laser printers, a 3D metal printer, scanners and state-of-the-art equipment.
Within this other device room are arrays of 3D printers to produce different 3D objects and structures.
Credit: Architectural Renders & Video Produced by Christopher Lin
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