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Ultimaker 3D Printer | 3D Printing Workshops
The Maker Society raised money on Giving Tuesday last year that went to buying the Ultimaker 3 Extended 3D printer. It has auto leveling features and works with most filament types. The ideal size to use is 2.85mm or some brands display it as 3mm.
For specific questions email Hannah Levy at email@example.com
Vinyl Cutter | Custom Vinyl Stickers Workshop
Our Vinyl Cutter's name is Lionel. Lionel cuts vinyl rolls into the exact text, pictures, or shapes you want. It cannot do multicolored stickers because it is not a printer but can cut multiple different colored roles. There are always at least two vinyl roles out for anyone to use that has been certified. The Vinyl Cutter software is on the computer to the left.
For specific questions email Ryan Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org
Heat Press | Custom T-Shirts
The heat press is used for pressing T-shirts. Used in combination with the Vinyl Cutter, see above, one can cut heat press vinyl that you press onto the T-shirt. This allows you to create any design on T-shirts, sweaters, hats and more. Thank you to the ASME, CSM chapter, for the donation of both the Heat Press and the Vinyl Cutter
For specific questions email Gabe Adriano at email@example.com
Other Cool Stuff
The Materials Cart has all sorts of materials and tools for anyone to use. The tools must be returned but the materials can be used whenever to prototype designs. The cart contains items such as glue guns, construction paper, play-doh, markers, glue sticks, aluminum foil, popsicle sticks, screwdrivers, all kinds of tape, foam, and more..
Whiteboard surfaces in the blaster design factory
TV-Stand and T-Shirt Blaster
There is a TV in the makerspace connected to a Roku and a HDMI cord. Anyone is allowed to move the TV around the space and hook it up to their computer for any purpose. Also, the BDF has a T-Shirt blaster built by Jordan, a Maker Society member. We use this cannon at events like the M-Climb and Celebration of Mines.