The 4-409 Student Project Lab welcomes MIT students to Makerlodge hours in the afternoons and evenings.
IAP hours are not formally scheduled, but lots of people are around so come on by.
For an Orientation, come by Wed 5-7, or contact our student Assistant Manager Chris Miller to schedule a time. Chris is also offering the following training events for community members new and old - each less than an hour.
* 3D Printing Mondays 1/13 and 1/20 at 1:30pm
* Laser Cutting Tuesdays 1/14 and 1/21 at 3:30pm
* Machine Tool Usage Wednesdays 1/15 and 1/22 at 1:30pm
* Along with a Glass Fusing Workshop Friday 1/17 at 8:00pm
Spring 2020 hours will be similar to Fall hours - stay tuned!
C indicates that Lab is open for students with card access or staff supervision. This time may be pre-empted by other programming. The limited access (cage) area may be open.
M indicates the Lab is staffed by a student mentor available for MakerLodge hours. Limited access (cage) area is open. Check the Mobius app for cancellations.
During business hours, the Lab is available to MIT students/staff/faculty with Card Access or Staff supervision. This is approximately Tuesday through Friday 10:00 am to 3:00, additional hours indicated as Open.
Saturday the Lab is open and and coordinates with the Saturday Thing outreach scheduling.
At all other times, Community Members have card access to the Lab, but the Limited access (cage) area is closed.
Orientation is offered weekly on Wednesdays from 4:30 - 7:00. Just show up at the the Lab and expect to spend 30 minutes getting familiar with the space and resources. Tool and machine training will be offered separately.
How to become an Edgerton Center Community Member
Edgerton Center Community Members are MIT students who have card access to the shop.
To become a Community Member you will need to complete an in-person Orientation session and EHS online training.
Join the Edgerton Center Shop Community Members to get the list of required training.
Visit atlas.mit.edu > click on Learning Center > click on My Profile tab > click on Join a Group button >search for Edgerton >select Edgerton Community Member training group > click on Join Group button >click on My Training Needs tab and the list of required training will appear.