Makerspace

Overview
The Makerspace is one of the shops that makes part of the Making Studio. It is divided into two sections, one with monitored usage of lasercutters and 3D printers, and the other functioning as a 24-hour project space available to active students. This portion of the Making Studio addresses the smaller scale of fabrication that requires a different work environment than the shop.
Contacts

Director
Josh Jordan

Manager
Mel Loyola Agosto

Required Training
Orientation
Makerspace orientation is held during the beginning of the Summer and Fall semesters. Please arrive early to orientation appointment times, and be sure to stay for the whole orientation. RASCAL certificates will be checked at the end. Both orientation and certificate are required.
RASCAL Training
  1. Login with Uni and current password to RASCAL site.
  2. Select Training Center
  3. Select Course Listings
  4. Select TC1600 - Laser Safety Training
  5. Select Take Course. It will pop-up in a new window. Then return to the course overview
  6. Select Take Test
  7. Print/save the certificate. Please retake if you receive less than 90%.
  8. Present to monitor during training orientation.
Hours

Fall 2018 Schedule

Day Open Time
Monday 8AM-10PM
Tuesday 8AM-10PM
Wednesday 8AM-10PM
Thursday 8AM-10PM
Friday 8AM-10PM
Saturday 10AM-10PM
Sunday 10AM-10PM
Material Resources
Vendors

McMaster-Carr
This online store carries a wide array of tools, supplies, and raw materials. Generally, a great resource for anything from Pet G to office supplies. Usually delivers within two days.
Please note that most end mills can be found on McMaster Carr here.
Visit the Hardware section for more information on end mills.

Canal Plastics Center
345 Canal Street
New York, NY 10013
(212) 925-1666
For your plastic needs. Relatively inexpensive acrylic, styrene, etc.

T&T Plastic Land Inc.
315 Church Street
New York, NY 10013
(212) 925-6376
Another great resource for various plastics.

Janoff’s
2870 Broadway
New York, NY 10025
(212) 866-5747
Close proximity and with approved acrylic.

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