The PUL Makerspace
For summer, holidays or recess hours, please consult the full schedule.
A Floor of Lewis Science Library in the Engineering - Lewis - Fine wing.
The PUL Makerspace is open to all Princeton University students, faculty, and staff. We aim to lower barries to entry for novice users and help students learn the basics and gain confidence to take formal courses or to explore makerspaces and studios elsewhere on campus. We support the PUL mission to enrich teaching, learning, and research, and provide space for group collaboration, reflection, and exporation across disciplinary boundaries.
Equipment Access During Summer (5/16 - 9/2)
Reservations: Equipment access is by reservation. To make a reservation, click the Reserve Equipment buttons above.
Trainings: The 3D printers and the cutting plotter require training before use. During summer, trainings are by appointment only. Make an appointment here.
For general inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To host an event, workshop, or to schedule a group tour, reach out to Makerspace Specialist, Ariel Ackerly.
The main workspace provides work tables, project storage, and the following equipment:
- MakerBot 3D Printers
- Einscan SP 3D Scanner
- Canon Large Format Printer
- Roland SRM Desktop CNC Mill
- Graphtec FC9000 Cutting Plotter