MakeLab is the home of 3D printing and scanning at Auraria Library, fostering exploration of the boundary between physical and virtual reality. The space encourages inquiry into these technologies and supports the use of rapid prototyping and 3D digitization tools in the research, teaching, and learning of Auraria campus faculty, staff, and students.
The MakeLab 3D printing and scanning room is open during specified weekly hours, as well as for workshops and by appointment. The MakeLab provides:
- Support and training in 3D printing workflows
- upport and training in 3D scanning technology
- Reviews of 3D models to assess printability
- 3D printing services
In addition, the MakeLab Computer Zone is open whenever the Library is, providing:
- 3D modeling software and tools
- Access to Lynda.com online training on one computer
Our Fall 2016 workshop schedule is below:
Check back in January for dates and details on our spring schedule, including the upcoming workshops Intro to 3D Scanning and Beyond the Buzz: 3D Printing in Higher Education workshop for staff and faculty. Instructors can schedule an intro session to the MakeLab for a class by e-mailing email@example.com.