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Makerspace: What's Available


A white and grey laser cutter

Glowforge Plus Laser Cutters


Lulzbot Mini 2 3D Printer

Lulzbot Mini 2 3D Printers 

A black and orange 3D printer Prusa Mini 3D Printers
A Silhouette Cameo 4 machine on a white background

Silhouette Cameo 4 Cutting Machines

Brother HC1850 Sewing Machines

Brother SE600 Embroidery Machine

Sawgrass Virtuoso SG400 Sublimation Printer

A photo of a black heat press with an orange heat pad area. On the right side are examples of heat-press products - a black t-shirt with white lettering, a pillow with an image, a white mug with an image, and a green and grey mousepad.

Creworks Heat Press

Additional Equipment:

  • Button Makers
  • Various Hand Tools
  • Dremel 
  • Raspberry Pi Kits (Including Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 models)
  • Arduino Kits
  • Soldering Irons
  • Various electronics prototyping components

Materials Available

During Makerspace Open Hours, the following supplies will be available. Materials are currently free while supplies last! However, if you are working on a very large project (10+ pieces of material), we ask that you purchase your own materials. Makerspace staff can give you information on where to purchase materials. * 

3D Printer Filament
Adhesive Vinyl (12"x12")
Cardstock (12"x12")
MDF (½”, ¼”, or ⅛”)
Baltic Birch Plywood (12" x 12" - 1/16", 1/8", or 1/4")
Acrylic Sheets
Soft Maple (½”, ⅛”, or 1/16”)
Walnut (½”, ⅛”, or 1/16”)

*These supplies are provided for your convenience. While we attempt to provide a variety of materials for you, we do not guarantee that any material or color of material will be in stock at any given time. Free materials are for use in the Makerspace with the equipment provided. For projects requiring large numbers of materials (10+ combined pieces of acrylic, vinyl, cardstock, or wood OR 50+ grams of 3D filament), we ask that you provide your own materials. Makerspace staff can provide you with information on recommended materials and suppliers.

Location and Contact Information

The Makerspace is located on the third floor of King Library (room 303)

General Questions?


Visit the C+I Staff page for a list of staff and areas of expertise.