No Personal Projects on Makerspace Equipment 4/19 - 5/5
NO PERSONAL PROJECTS ON THE LASER CUTTER OR 3D PRINTERS
ONE 3D PRINTER PER STUDENT; FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED
Personal Project Open Season Begins Monday, May 6th @ 10am
We are a community of designers and builders at UW-Madison within the College of Engineering (CoE). Our facilities include 12,000 ft^2 of shop and flex space with a wide range of rapid prototyping equipment. Largely student run, the Makerspace strives to empower students by creating a community immersed in emerging technologies, focused on creating innovative products.
The Makerspace is a part of the CoE ecosystem of fabrication facilities, which includes the Makerspace (rapid prototyping), TEAM Lab (Technical Education and Manufacturing Lab – precision machining, fee for service job-shop), and the Kohler Innovation Visualization Studio (virtual & augmented reality, 3D scanning, and data visualization). TEAM Lab & Makerspace combined are over 25,000 ft^2, run by 10 professional full-time staff members and ~60 student workers. Each space contains millions of dollars of high-tech equipment. Students can build anything here – from micro to macro and from virtual to the physical.
Bridging the gap between theory and practice
A welcoming community fostering team-based collaborations; diverse in terms of gender, race & discipline
A place where students teach and learn from other students
Empowering students to design and build on their own initiative
A hub for inventing and designing new products
Open Access to Technology
Offering an expansive library of technology, equipment and tools