What’s the Makerspace?

The BMCC Makerspace is opened to the entire BMCC community. It’s a space for bringing ideas to life – wether they be related to design, art, engineering, fashion etc. – with the help of 21st century tools such as 3D printing and laser cutting.

The space was built with collaboration in mind – professors and students from all departments are invited to use the space. Our goal is to foster a sense of community amongst “Makers” of all sorts.

Wether you have a project in mind or are just curious about the space and want to learn more, please come and visit us! Visit the schedule page for open hours and contact Professor Anna Pinkas (apinkas@bmcc.cuny.edu)  for more information.

Where is the Makerspace?

In 199 Chambers St, room S-608

What equipment is available in the Makerspace?

Here is a list of equipment currently available in the Makerspace:

  • 3D printing (2x Ultimakers, 1x Prusa MMU2S)
  • Vinyl Cutter (1 x Cricut Maker, 1x Cameo Silhouette)
  • Laser Cutter (Epilog  Mini 60W, 12″ x 24″ bed)
  • Physical computing (Arduino, Rasberry Pi, breadboards, wire jumpers, an array of sensors, soldering irons)
  • Computing: 25 HP laptops, 6 Macbooks (all laptops are equipped with the Adobe Suite), 20 iPads with Apple pencils.
  • Analog tools (Screen printing screens, iron on press, sewing machine)