We're on Engineering Road, along the boundary between the Tulane and Loyola campuses. Look for the yellow I-beam.
(source: Google Earth)
The rear door, with the Splash card reader, is locked but provides access to our staff.
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Our entrance, shown on this Google Map, is at latitude 29.9370740, longitude -90.1210170
We'll be open, on a limited weekday schedule, from 1/7/19 through 1/18/19. The times and staff will be posted here later.
Full-time operation will resume on 1/22/19.
We're closed whenever classes are not in session. The Maker Ninjas (student workers) and faculty members responsible for the operation of the MakerSpace are listed under People, and users are encouraged to contact them.
Users with special need to access the Maker Space should get in touch with the Director or one of the Advisors, who are listed under People
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The School of Science and Engineering is hosts the University's state-of-the-art MakerSpace, located on Engineering Road in the heart of the School's complex. This facility is open and free of charge to all Tulane students, staff, and faculty, and provides access to and training for rapid prototyping machines, including wood shop, and electronics laboratory.
The main floor (2,896 square feet) houses 13 3-D filament printers, 2 laser cutters, a 4-axis CNC milling machine, a CNC lathe, a CNC router, a surface grinder, a fully-equipped machine shop, and a supply storage area.
The wood shop (730 square feet) has a table saw, radial arm saw, miter saw, power sanders, band saws, and a drill press in addition to assembly space. A closet holds 3 high-resolution 3-D resin printers.
The Gallery for Ideas, Design and Strategies on the mezzanine (923 square feet) has design and conference space and an electronics fabrication studio.
The Product Development and Innovation Room (1,026 square feet) will house dedicated benches for in-progress projects, a classroom area for tutorials, training and communication, and a demonstration area with a Clausing lathe and Bridgeport milling machine.