The Make, Innovate, Learn Lab (MILL) Makerspace (Room 2260 in the School of Education) is a space for interested educators, curious tinkerers, and inspired inventors who are looking for a place where they can learn skills and access tools and guidance to turn their ideas into reality. Our goal is for the MILL to be a space where IUB students and faculty can pursue teaching, learning and research on making that bridge across multiple disciplines.
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The MAD LABS (Makerspace for Art + Design) are the digital fabrication labs for the School of Art, Architecture + Design. The facilities support the curricular needs of all units in the school, but are also available to students, staff, and faculty members from across the university. Services are billed to bursar, research, or departmental accounts, and cost roughly 1/4 of equivalent commercial services.
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The Wells Library Makerspace is a creative space to share ideas and equipment. Located in room 106 of the Learning Commons (1st Floor, West Tower), the Makerspace is home to a variety of tools, including a desktop vinyl cutter, 3D printer, littleBits synthesizer kits, sewing machine, and more. All are welcome and no previous experience is needed.
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The 3D Fabrication and Design Inquiry Labs at Luddy empower you to learn, collaborate, and create through hands-on activities.
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Loaded with a full suite of maker tools (including 3D printers, laser cutters, Cricut machines, sewing machines, CNC routers and electronics, as well as hand tools, crafting and carpentry tools) the Uplands Maker Mobile brings making to schools and organizations through workshops with children or adults, development and training for professionals or teachers, or assisting with events and projects.
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