The MakerSpace is a fun, accessible, engaging, and inviting space for University of Guelph students to collaborate and explore their ideas.
Come by the MakerSpace to collaborate, work on a project, learn how to 3D print, or just for a visit!
The John F. Wood Centre MakerSpace provides University of Guelph students with the tools they need to start prototyping. As the entrepreneurship and innovation hub on campus, we love inspiring students' creativity and collaboration.
Check out our Workshop Series!
Location: 363 Gordon Street (in the Second Cup plaza)
Office Hours: BY APPOINTMENT, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Our 3D printers use PLA plastic and are easy to use. We have a variety of plastic colours to meet the needs of all creative designs!
The MakerSpace Offers:
Free 3D Printing
Print jobs up to two hours are completely free - and if you join us for a workshop, we'll make it up to four hours.
Use our conveniently located MakerSpace for group projects, independent study, brainstorming, or bring your class for a specific workshop tailored to you.
In addition to 3D printers, we have a Cricut, Raspberry Pi, Arduinos, a Go Pro, a Yeti microphone, and more. Start your creative journey with us!
Learn how to create your own 3D file, wireframe, and more. Check out our upcoming events to find out about workshops.
Stop by the Wood Centre in the Lang School of Business and Economics (Macdonald Hall) to learn more about the MakerSpace and how you can use it.
Contact Mairin Scannell, Program Coordinator, for questions about 1-on-1 sessions, tours, and booking a tour/workshop for your team or class.
Phone: 519.824.4120 x53798