Moffitt Makerspace

Moffitt Makerspace is a general access Makerspace located on the first floor of Moffitt Library. Operated primarily by student staff, the Makerspace features support for core maker activities such as CAD design, 3D printing, digital prototyping with digital components (e.g., Arduino, Raspberry Pi), as well as traditional craft and hand tool based design activities for wood and fabrics. It also offers training workshops to help and guide students learning both the basics (e.g. safety and basic use of equipment, use of software applications) and more advanced tutorials for projects and guided learning activities.

Services

  • Computers with CAD design software;
  • 3D printing;
  • Digital prototyping with digital components (e.g., Arduino, Raspberry Pi);
  • Fusion 360 Button maker;
  • Small electronics lending; and,
  • Traditional craft and hand tool based design activities for wood and fabrics.

We also offer training workshops to help and guide students learning both the basics (e.g. safety and basic use of equipment, use of software applications) and more advanced tutorials for projects and guided learning activities.

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Eligibility

  • Faculty
  • Students
  • Staff