ISU Make-It-Space Workshop
Whenever an ISU student needs to make or repair something with their own two hands, the ISU Make-It-Space workshop is where you’ll find them. Started in 2013 by then ISU Dean Angie Bukley, the ISU Make-It-Space is a place where students can find a wide variety of tools to support projects ranging from building satellites to bike repair.
Demand for using the Make-It-Space has been so high that the facility will be expanding in the second half of 2015 to include a “wet room” for activities involving painting or liquids and a dedicated electronics and robotics lab. This electronics and robotics lab will house ISU’s Ultimaker 2 3D printer, a development rover on loan from NASA Ames / Carnegie Melon, the ISU quad copter and many more exciting student projects!