The MCCC Makerspace for exploration and creation
The MCCC Makerspace is a resource and gathering place where members of the community can come together to share skills and equipment while imagining, exploring, creating and designing with people of shared and diverse interests. Here you’ll have access to the information, tools, software and space you need to learn, invent, make, and repair. In the MCCC Makerspace, we can help you bring your ideas from concept to reality: create a prototype, make a part, design a toy, engrave a sign, repair electronic devices, learn a new skill, enjoy a hobby or explore new ideas!
Make & Innovate Workshops
I’m excited to announce that we’ll be hosting another virtual workshop next Tuesday, April 26 at 2:00pm! This workshop is free and open to anyone with an interest in 3D printing, and will cover everything from the most common question I get asked about 3D printing, to a walk-through demonstration of how we prepare 3D models for printing using “slicer” software. This workshop will be entirely virtual (so you can join us via Zoom through your computer or smartphone), but the makerspace will also be open afterwards for anyone who would like to come do some 3D printing in-person.
No registration necessary, just use the link below to join the meeting:
Zoom Meeting Link - https://zoom.us/j/92394481331
Hope to see you there!
In the Makerspace your ideas can come to fruition. Create a prototype, make a part, design a toy, engrave a sign, repair electronic devices, learn a new skill, enjoy a hobby, explore new ideas.
The MCCC Makerspace currently offers the following equipment for use:
• Computer Lab w/3D CAD and Design Software
• Axiom AR8 Elite CNC Router
• Roland MDX-50 CNC RP Machine
• Epilog Helix 50w CNC Laser
• Stratasys F170 FDM 3D Printer
• Formlabs Form 2 SLA 3D Printer
• Ender 3 V2 FDM 3D Printers
• Electronics Repair Workstations
• Table TITAN 15” Vinyl Cutter
• Various hand tools, power tools and more!
Anyone over the age of 18 can use the resources of the MCCC Makerspace. Currently, equipment and tools are available on a first come, first served basis. You do not need to be a student or alum of MCCC.
The MCCC Makerspace is open to the community to foster creativity and the sharing of knowledge, skills and ideas.
There is currently no charge to use the Makerspace.
Availability and hours are subject to change, so please contact us to set up a time in advance. Our normal hours of operation are: 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Mon. – Thurs.
To schedule a time or for general inquiries, please contact Mike Reaume at email@example.com or by calling 734-384-4176. We are located on the MCCC campus in the Career Technology Center, Room T-160.
1555 S. Raisinville Road, Monroe, MI. 48161,
Career Technology Center/T Bldg. Room T-160
Please park in Lot 2.