A relatively new makerspace open to all CCNY students and faculty from the CIPASS program, designed for experiential learning, as well as academic, research, and recreational fabrication.
It is run by Dr. Jorge Gonzalez (ME professor), Mohamed Haroun (director), technicians, and student volunteers (superuser). They receive their funds through donations, and sponsorships (Jack and Shelly Feinstein).
The makerspace is located in C17 of Steinman Hall and has: a 130W laser cutter (Thunder Laser Nova 51), 12 Ultimaker 2+ connect 3D printers, 1 Raise3D printer, 2 resin 3D printers (Form 2 & 3), a metal 3D printer (Markforged Metal X), soldering equipment, a differential scanning calorimetry (Mettler Toledo DSC3), electronic testing equipment (function generators, oscilloscopes, and power supplies), sewing machines (Singer 8060), 2 vinyl cutters, a heat press, general hand and power tools. Anyone that is a CCNY affiliate is allowed to use the space.
Currently, equipment and tool training are done in-person for walk-ins and scheduled. The website calendar shows a schedule for 3d printers (Ultimakers), laser cutter, general safety, and soldering. While in the space, users can always ask questions and request training on any equipment or tool in the space.
Last Updated: 09/22/2023 16:42