The UConn Library Maker Studio fosters a community of cross-discipline innovation among UConn students, faculty, and staff. By offering a variety of equipment for turning ideas into tangible objects, the Maker Studio encourages creative, self-initiated learning in support of class projects, research, and extracurricular initiatives.
Users of the Maker Studio must attend a scheduled orientation session covering Standard Safety Protocol, Maker Studio Expectations, and a Maker Studio Equipment Overview.
UConn students, faculty, and staff may drop-by the Maker Studio to see project samples on display and view projects in progress.
Printing is offered as a mediated service, learn more in our Services Summary.
Build Volume: 29.5l x 19.5w x 16.5h cm (~11.6l x 7.6w x 6.5h in)
Build Volume: 25l x 21w x 20h cm (~9.8l x 8.28w x 7.8h in.)
Build Volume: Circular build plate 28.0cm (~11in) diameter x 37.5h cm (~14.5in)
Build Volume: 25.4l x 25.4w x 25.4h cm (~10l x 10w x 10h in)
Cutting Area: 61.0 x 30.5 cm (24 x 12 in)
Cutting Area: 61.0 cm (~24 in)
Graphics Software – CorelDraw, Adobe, Cad software, and more
Spindle: 300 DC – 12,000 RPM; Cutting Area: 29.5l x 20.3w x 7h cm (~11.6l x 8w x 2.75h in)
Soldering irons, fume extractors, and a small selection of electronics available.
Homer Babbidge Library, Level 1
Closed for the Fall 2020 Semester