The mission of MIT MakerWorkshop is to foster a student community in a hands-on learning environment where modeling, prototyping, and validation resources coexist. MIT MakerWorkshop provides space and equipment for a community of innovators that focus on deterministic designing and problem solving.
About MIT MakerWorkshop
MIT MakerWorkshop is a student run makerspace where students, faculty, and staff are allowed to work freely on any project they choose. MIT MakerWorkshop consists of prediction, prototyping, and validation tools to support a wide variety of projects. More at our Member Wiki
Cost: Free to use, charges for some machines and materials.
Who Can Use: Mechanical engineering undergraduates, graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, professors, staff, and Martin Trust Center affiliates
- Attend Maker Monday to get trained on our policies and basic tools.
- Take Machine Specific Training to use more complex machines. Check in with a mentor each time you visit.
Accepted Projects: Research, class, personal technical projects, etc.
Fab Fridays: (User social) Friday 4:00-6:00pm
Capabilities: Mill, lathe, waterjet, laser cutters, 3D printers, hand tools, electronics tools, CAD/CAM and machine related software
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