DIY opportunities to invent, build and learn can now be brought to any learning space on campus.

Faculty can now request an in-class visit from Cornell University library’s new pop-up makerspace. The easily-transported makerspace will arrive ready for class use equipped with a 3D printer and scanner, Arduino and Littlebits microelectronics kits, screen printing equipment, basic hardware tools, and more.

Introduce students to ‘making’ methodologies while giving them important, hands-on learning experiences. Academic Technologies can help you bring these new tools to your classroom!

The pop-up is also available for individual student use at libraries across campus.

All are invited to join friends and staff of the library on #TinkerThursdays from 4:30 to 6 p.m. and #FabricationFridays from 12 to 1 p.m., at a rotating lineup of campus libraries, every other week.

For more information and a complete schedule with locations or to join the Makerspace listserve, see guides.library.cornell.edu/makerspaces.

Creative, DIY opportunities to invent, build and learn can now be brought to any learning space on campus.

The team! Creative, DIY opportunities to invent, build and learn can now be brought to any learning space on campus.

Included in the pop-up kit:

  • TKI Kossel Model A 3D printer
  • Handheld 3D Scanner 3D Systems Cube Sense 3D Scanner
  • Littlebits base kit
  • Arduino Starter Pack
  • Laptop and Software (Cura-open source; Adobe CS)
  • Home Depot Model H137HOS Homeowner’s Tool Set (137-Piece)
  • Multimeter
  • X-Acto Knife Set
  • Button machine and photo punch
  • T-Shirt Screenprinting Kit
    Diazo Photo Emulsion Kit
    Screenprinting ink (8 oz.)
    Art Palette Knives
    Aluminum Screenprinting Frame
    Squeegee
  • Consumables (PLA filament, buttonmaking)
  • Safety gear (goggles, first aid kit)
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