The BSU Think Tank is the central location for the Makerspace project. Here is where makerspace users get checked in and guided to where they need to go for tools, workshops, or advise. The Think tank is equipped with iMacs, PCs, 3D printers, and soldering stations.

Main Contact: Rob Monteith

Email: [email protected]

The BSU Wind Tunnel is a wind simulator used for demonstrations and research. The tunnel can simulate speeds of up to 130 mph. Collaborations include studies of turbulence and calibration of anemometers in geography and wind turbine and airplane designs in physics and aviation. LabView software controls the wind tunnel and provides real-time data analysis through a computerized interface. Makerspace users are welcome to run their own tests in the wind tunnel.

Main Contact: Robert Hellström

Email: [email protected]

The BSU Electronics lab is open to makerspace users and BSU students. The room is equipped with supplies needed to experiment with creating or exploring circuits and digital electronics. The lab is used to learn about and build digital projects like quadcopters, robots, sensors, etc.

Main Contact: Dr. Michael Black

Email: [email protected]

The BSU Machine shop is located in DMF room 181. The shop features woodworking and metalworking machinery. The room is equipped with a laser cutter, drill presses, saws, and other supplies.

Main Contact: Rob Monteith

Email: [email protected]

The BSU Art Lab is located in Hunt Hall in room 012. It features a 3-D Sculpture Studio with 3D printers and other tools for 3D sculpting.

Main Contact: Rob Lorenson

Email: [email protected]