Jul 28, 2023

UC Makerspace jump

The University of Cincinnati’s 2023-24 academic year is about to begin, and the UC Ground Floor Makerspace is jump-starting the fall semester with the facility’s most popular hands-on programs, including woodshop, laser cutting, metalshop and benchtop CNC.

“Whether students need certifications for an upcoming project, want a head start this semester or are ready to try something new, we’ve built this opportunity for them,” said Lucy Weaver, Makerspace coordinator.

Programs include:

The UC Ground Floor Makerspace is a 12,000-square-foot prototyping and fabrication facility that empowers creative problem solvers through training, access to equipment and resources from ideation to creation.

Current UC students, faculty, staff and 1819 building partners qualify for zero-cost membership. Community members can purchase memberships for a monthly fee. Introductions and certifications are always free for members.

Featured image at top: 3D printing is one of the workshops being offered in the UC Ground Floor Makerspace Jumpstart this fall.

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