Ingram Hall Makerspace

Transforming ideas to reality

ISoE Makerspace offers the latest in manufacturing and prototyping technology in a hands-on environment to give Texas State University students, teachers and staff the opportunity to create or prototype whatever comes to mind.

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PROTOTYPING AND PROJECTS

Students using 3D printers, laser cutters, and more learn by designing and creating their own products and ideas.

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COLLABORATION

Work together with an environment of students from across campus and across disciplines.

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Diagnose

Student using a CNC machine

Create

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Innovate

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Design

Hours

MON - FRI: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

NOTE: Only the Rapid Prototyping Space is open after 5:00 PM.

Tours Want a tour of the makerspace?

We offer guided and virtual tours.

Store One stop for all your project needs.

Purchase materials, and more from the makerspace to use in your projects!

Facilities and Equipment

The Ingram Hall Makerspace is an 11,000 sqft facility comprised of 4 different zones including Rapid Prototyping, Industrial, Welding, and Wood working. The Rapid Prototyping space offers many 3D printers, lasers, and small form factor CNC mills while the Industrial Makerspace offers up more industrial sized and capable equipment. The Makerspace also offers other equipment such as a PCB maker and an assortment of tools for any project. Attached are 5 teaching labs including Senior Design Fabrication, CIM/Instrumentation, Composites and Advanced Additive Manufacturing!

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Gain Access

Do you want to access the Makerspace to work on your project?
Whether you're a student working on a personal project, or on a senior design project, all are welcome.

Schedule In-Person Training

Join our Team!

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