Funded by the Class of 1969, Carleton’s makerspace features high-tech tools such as 3D printers, 3D scanners, and computer-controlled paper cutters, as well as ordinary, useful supplies such as Legos, foam, fabric, and glue guns. The space, in Evelyn M. Anderson Hall, the college’s newly-opened integrated science facility, also provides skill training, brainstorming facilitation, and design services.
Need help dreaming up your next project? Ask us!
Machine sewing and clothing repair
Need a patch on your jeans? Stop on by!
Want to make something blink, buzz, or beep? Let us help!
Create 3D models from physical objects