Yearly Archives: 2016


24. That is the number of ribs in a human body. It is also the number of ribs on a 3D printed design a visitor came in to print. He is printing an infant rib cage that can be used as a mold for an infant’s torso. This print took many hours […]

3D Printed Torso





The MakerLab volunteers are a really important part of the lab. They help day-to-day welcoming makers, and assist with workshops and fixing printers.  Today, we will introduce you to one of our volunteers, Will Jones! Will is currently a freshman in the Division of General Studies. He is hoping to […]

Volunteer Spotlight- Will Jones


The lab was fortunate to be part of the inaugural cohort of schools, that pledged support for the White House, Nation of Makers initiative.    The Nation of Makers is a new organization coming together to continue the work that President Obama started.  We are thrilled to pledge our support […]

Supporting the #NationOfMakers




Update on Max (our 3D printed man): On Wednesday, November 9th we took all 88 printed pieces on Max and assembled him! It took about 3 hours to fully build the 6’1″ replica. Deloitte Chairman: We had the honor of showing Deloitte Chairman Mike Fucci around the MakerLab. Food Printer: We […]

This Week of Making- Week47


The MakerLab volunteers are a really important part of the lab. They help day to day welcoming makers, and assist with workshops and fixing printers.  Today, we will introduce you to one of our volunteers, Dash Kosaka!   Dash started working in the MakerLab his freshman year after being recommended […]

Volunteer Spotlight- Dash Kosaka


Update on Max (our 3D printed man): We have officially finished printing all parts of Max!!! All that is left to do is to assemble him! If you would like to help assemble Max come to the BIF Atrium on November 9th from 2:00-5:00pm! Workshop: We had a group of […]

This Week of Making- Week46