Introducing MakerSpace Digital Badges!

The MakerSpace is excited to introduce the addition of a digital badging program that will allow you to acquire new skills and display your achievements. These badges will demonstrate new skills and competencies gained from attending a series of our workshops and machine trainings. Each badge earned can be added to your LinkedIn, portfolio, or resumé to show off your understanding of leading softwares and hardware, machines and tools, the design thinking process, and much…

J term Startup Sprint!

The J-Term Startup Sprint Info Sessions are here! Starting from Jan 7–17, get access to a $1,000 grant, $5,000 in perks, expert mentorship, workshops, and deep customer exploration to advance your startup! All applicants must attend an info session prior to applying. Click here to learn more and RSVP. Grab this opportunity to take your startup to the next level! Here are the details for the Info session dates/times:Fri 10/18, 4:00–5:30PM @ Leslie eLabMon 10/21, 4:00–5:30PM @ Leslie eLabThu…

Summer Start Up Sprint: Looking for a way to refine and grow your idea into a start up

Check the Summer Start Up Sprint, a “2- to 3-week intensive program is one of two bi-annual Startup Sprints for NYU undergrads, grad students & postdocs. Designed for current students (graduating in 2019 or later), the Sprint is an opportunity for early-stage teams to test the value of their solutions with potential customers through customer discovery and experimentation. The Summer Sprint offers either a $350 grant (for two-week participation) or $700 (for three-week participation), plus an opportunity for select…

New Power Tools

The MakerSpace now has three new machines available to students: a compound miter saw, band saw, and drill press. The “Benchtop Power Tool Training” on our calendar covers use of all three of them. The miter saw is good for short cuts and getting perfectly angled cuts. Possible projects range anywhere from simple picture frames to shelves and furniture. The band saw currently has a 1/4″ blade and is good for both straight and oddly…
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