The University Libraries Makerspace is open to all Murray State students, staff, and faculty and provides equipment for 3D printing and scanning, VR, laser cutting, latex printing, photography, sewing, and audio/video recording.
The Makerspace also includes 12 decked-out, dual monitor workstations with cutting-edge software for 3D modeling, video editing, sound production, and game creation, as well as other digital editing tools and maker technology for all students, faculty, and staff.
The Makerspace is located on the lower level of Waterfield Library, just south of the spiral staircase (room 107).
Please note that users must be certified to use some of the equipment. Please see training and reservations for more details.