We provide space for students to study, work on projects or just hang out.
We provide various tools and equipment to help you build your dreams.
Anyone can teach a workshop about anything. Interested in teaching something click here.
Cameron Steele is a ATEC Senior at UTDallas, focusing on VR/AR and Computer Human Interaction.
Alex Frangeskou is a Senior Computer Science major at UTD. His hobbies include Powerlifting, software development and spending entirely too much time on Reddit.
Director of Facilities
Ariana McDonald is a sophomore business administration major concentrating on business analytics. She enjoys volunteering at Richardson Animal Shelter, playing clarinet in her community band, and watching Buzzfeed Unsolved.
If you are a student, faculty, or alumni of The University Of Texas at Dallas the space is completely free to use.
Just send us an email at email@example.com
A regularly updated list of equipment can be found at wiki.utdmaker.space/equipment
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or join our slack and ask in #general
Nope we are 100% student run and lead.
A Makerspace is a place where people can share knowledge and tools to create. The possibilities are limitless—arts and crafts, electronics, 3D printing. The only limit is the ingenuity of our makerspace's members!
Our address is 3000 Waterview Parkway, Richardson, TX. We are located in the SPN (Synergy Park North) building on the second floor. If you enter from the main entrance go up the right hand stairs and through the glass doors.
The only way you can get access to SPN is by taking the online training course https://utd.bioraft.com, completing the five trainings in the fabrication shop and volunteering 3 hours a week. You can get more information about this downstairs in the fabrication shop or emailing Gene Woten the shop manager at email@example.com.
We aren't subsidised by the school so we have to pay for the filament and machines, to be able to afford to keep these services active we have to charge a small fee.