Note: We are still building out the Makerspace and not quite ready for people to use it yet! However, Adam Elznic, Emerging Technologies Coordinator, is happy to provide a tour of the space and talk about what can be done there. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
The MakerSpace follows the same calendar as the main campus and offices are closed on the same observed days. For a full list of dates and holiday observances, visit the Office of Registration and Records website.
Current Semester Hours. Times are subject to change.
Monday-Thursday Noon- 8:00 PM
Location: Main Library 121
The cost to 3D print is $0.25 per gram, with a minimum of $5 per job submitted. An estimate will be calculated prior to starting print, but may not reflect the final charge. Payment will be made at Circulation Desk.
We reserve the right to deny any print job.
Like all campus labs, we follow safety protocols. We want to be sure that you and our other guests work in a safe environment. All NDSU campus wide policies are enforced in the lab as well as few that are unique to the space. Creating a culture of safety in our makerspace is every community member's responsibility.
Eligible Users: All Faculty, Staff, and currently enrolled students may use the makerspace.
The list provided is a general overview of safety requirements. You may be asked to follow rules not listed dependent on project or task. We ask that if you are unsure of how to use a machine, tool, or complete a task, please ask the supervisor on duty. We are here to help and we may have a better solution or campus resource. Understand you may be told a project or procedure may be deemed unsafe for the space or for other occupants, and turned away. We reserve the right to deny access or use of resources.
We do not allow reproduction, duplication, or matters of infringement of existing Copyright, Patents, or Trademarks. This includes the NDSU Bison Athletics logo and the likes of others.
We have six 3Doodler Create pen kits available
Each kit includes:
We are currently carrying PLA and nGen materials, as well as some Pro-PLA.