A student building a model in the MakerCenter


The MakerCenter is a collaborative design hub where students and researchers conceptualize and build prototypes, turning ideas into reality.

Our facilities house cutting-edge technologies and tools that today’s STEM students and researchers need to become innovators and leaders. At the MakerCenter, you can build physical systems in a functional and inspirational environment while gaining real-world experience. Our facilities provide services, equipment, and resources including 3D printing, quantum testing, machining, electronics, laser cutting, welding, etc.

If you can conceptualize it, you can create it at the MakerCenter.

MakerCenter Facilities and Services

The MakerCenter offers a variety of facilities and services to help you bring your project to life.

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Prototype Object Fabrication (ProOF) Lab

Location: Gateway South Hall, Room 139. Service provided: large or multi material 3D-printing

MakerSpace in the ABS Building


Location: ABS Engineering Center, Room 104. Equipment provided: worktables, tools, fasteners, small 3D printing, soldering station, small machines

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Quantum Space

Locations: Williams Library, Burchard Building, Babbio Center. Equipment provided: quantum networks, quantum chips, testing equipment

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Machine Shop

Location: Davidson Lab, 2nd floor. Services provided: machining, fabrication

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Electronics Shop

Location: Davidson Lab, 2nd floor. Service provided: electronics

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Welding Shop

Location: Davidson Lab, 2nd floor. Services provided: welding, fabrication

About the MakerCenter

The MakerCenter gives Stevens students, faculty and staff the opportunity to engineering amazing prototypes that bring real-world solutions to life.

From Idea to Prototype: Stevens Expands Spaces for Innovation

The MakerCenter is a gathering point where communities of new and experienced makers connect to create and explore.

Read about the MakerCenter
A student using the MakerCenter tool chest

First Women’s MakerSpace Workshop Introduces Students to Hands-On Resource for Creativity and Innovation

The November event kicked off an ongoing initiative to help more students take advantage of this state-of-the-art creative space.

Read about the MakerSpace's Women's Workshop
J Lovelace '26
Students in the MakerCenter testing a robot

Visit the MakerCenter

Currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff, use your myStevens login to access the MakerCenter facilities, tools, training videos and guidelines.