What is a makerspace?
The UNCSA Makerspace is a space where you can come learn, work and explore new avenues of expression. The space is equipped with 3D printers, sewing machines, large format printers, robotics and coding machines, and more. For the full list, visit the Makerspace page.
Students, staff and faculty, basically the whole UNCSA community are all welcome at the Makerspace. Production related requests, School projects and Class projects take priority.
You’ll find the Makerspace on the Ground Floor of the UNCSA Library. Upon entering the building, It is to the right, passing the elevators and restrooms. You can ask for help at the Front Desk, or simply follow our signs.
We do have some costs associated with 3D and large-formatting printing, when the requests are at large amount. The prices cover cost of materials only.
You can find the 3D printing prices here.
For the 2D printing prices (Epson 9000 plotter) we use the LFP Accounting Tool to calculate according to the image printed.
UNCSA students, faculty, and staff can reserve equipment spaces at here.
Currently all prints have to be finished during the opening hours of the Makerspace. Overnight printing only permitted upon discussion with our facilitators.
You are welcome at the Makerspace as many times as you need, please remember that Production related requests, School projects and Class projects take priority.
The equipment tab on our website will inform you on the most updated list of technology available.
We appreciate your donation, please email us with your ideas.
Please review the Makerspace Ground Rules
Please adhere to Copyright laws and other Legal Restrictions
Please adhere to UNCSA policies
Please adhere to UNC policies
Makerspace guests and users are expected to use the space and equipment with lawful intent and to respect the safety of all the community members as well as the building and equipment. It is prohibited to create anything that will endanger anyone.
PLA - Polylactic Acid
We have a limited supply of filament, paper and consumables. Plan to bring everything you might think you need for your project and email us if you have further questions.
Please bear in mind filament specifications for each 3D printer.
Our biggest 3D printer, the Raise3D Pro2, has a build volume of 12x12x23.8 inches (dimensions differ if printing with dual material).
We are a completed student run space, so email us and let’s talk about it.
We currently do not offer any specific regular classes but you can email us and we can start a conversation. If you want to teach a class, we can discuss that as well!
For sure! Please email us and let us know what is that you want to teach, when, what would you need and who is your targeted audience.