The NYU MakerSpace will be open for the Fall 2020 semester, and we are happy to welcome you back for all your prototyping needs. We have several practices in place to ensure the safety and health of users focused on routine disinfection and maintaining a safe user density, including reservations for all trainings and access. Before diving back into your hobbies, classwork, and prototyping, please watch our COVID-19 Policies video.
Check out our new trainings page for more information on how to get trained on machines and how to use the space safely.
What is MakerSpace?
The NYU Tandon MakerSpace is a cutting edge workspace lab created to foster collaborative design projects. Space is open to all NYU students, staff, and faculty. It highlights new kinds of iterative, interdisciplinary teamwork using cutting-edge tools of rapid prototyping and digitally driven production.
State of the art resources
Latest technology workshops
How do you get started in the MakerSpace?
1. Can I use the MakerSpace?
If you are a current NYU student, staff, or faculty, in any school or program: Yes!
2. Attend a Safety Orientation
Hit the trainings link at the top of the page and start with the safety orientation button. You will be walked through a series of steps to start the safety orientation and the Ultimaker 3D printer training to begin using the space!
3. Start Making!
The MakerSpace can be used for classwork, hobbies, or just for fun. Use the Machines link at the top of the page to find out more about what is available, and ask our staff for help choosing the best tool for the job. Then, watch the necessary videos and sign up for any bookings you may need to complete your desired trainings.
For the Fall 2020 semester, users will be required to create a reservation for all your MakerSpace needs, including tables, machines, and trainings.
The MakerSpace is more than a work space, it's a community. Get to know who else is working here for even more expertise. The Design Lab hosts events and workshops throughout the year for learning, networking, and fun! Fo the Fall 2020 semester, all of the Design Lab's workshops will be remote. Check the Events link at the top of the page to see what's coming up.