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Moffitt Library Makerspace: About

About the Makerspace in Moffitt Library

Located on the first floor of Moffitt Library, the Makerspace is made possible by a grant from the Student Technology Fund. ETS, the University Library and SAIT. The Moffitt Library Makerspace is a collaborative, open and inviting space where all students, faculty, staff and the larger UC community are invited to learn, create and make together.

Moffitt library Makerspace partners with student clubs on campus to provide trainings and workshops open to the entire University campus. For a schedule of upcoming workshops visit the club pages below.

VR at Berkeley

3DMC  

Robotics at Berkeley

Enable Tech

Contact

For more info e-mail asphillips@berkeley.edu.  To schedule an appointment click here

Makerspace Equipment

  • Ultimaker 3D Printers (6)
  • Fusion 360 and AutoCAD loaded on lab computers
  • Tools and models for 3D printing 
  • Button Maker
  • Vinyl Cutter
  • Sewing Machines
  • Hand Tools

More detailed information about our tools and equipment can be found in the drop down "Tools" menu above. 

Hours

Makerspace equipment is available during the open hours of floors 3 and 1 of Moffitt Library.

Hours for training, support and troubleshooting:

  • Drop in hours are M-F 10-1 and 3-5
  • Set up an appointment with libcal.

Events

See the events calendar for upcoming workshops. 


 

Make a research appointment

Schedule an appointment with a research librarian 
Undergraduates with social sciences and humanities questions can schedule an appointment to meet with a librarian in Doe Library (Research Advisory Service)

Library subject specialists 
Contact a librarian directly to make appointments for other research topics.

Library Hours

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