The MakerCenter is Stevens' design hub where engineers, designers, and scientists can conceptualize and build prototypes, and apply complex technologies, machines, and materials used in state-of-the-art manufacturing to test ideas, put theory into practice, and turn ideas into reality.
This collaborative, cutting-edge rapid prototyping and manufacturing space houses the industrial-grade tools and technologies that today’s STEM students must master in order to become tomorrow’s innovators and leaders.
If you can conceptualize it, you can create it at the MakerCenter.
In the MakerCenter, students and researchers can build physical systems in a functional and inspirational environment while gaining real-world experience across an array of industries. Among other functions, the MakerCenter's facilities offer equipment and devices for 3D printing, laser engraving/cutting, CNC material cutting and shaping, metrology, visualization, computing, emulation, and simulation.