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MultiMaker Lab

This includes information about the space, equipment, and resources available to students, faculty, and staff.


A variety of hand and power tools are available, including:

  • Allen keys
  • Carving tools
  • Dremel
  • Files
  • Hammers
  • Hand saw
  • Heat gun
  • Pliers
  • Power drill
  • Sand paper
  • Screw drivers
  • Screws, nails, nuts, bolts, etc. 
  • Small electronic/cellphone tool kit
  • Soldering iron
  • Tape measures, yard stick, rulers, leveler
  • Wrenches

Brother SE600 Sewing and Embroidery Machine

  • Sewing machine and embroidery machine in one, perfect for a variety of sewing or embroidery projects, including clothing, costume/cosplay, gifts, blankets/quilts, and much more.
  • Sewing tools (fabric scissors, seam ripper, machine needles, hand sewing needles, pins, measuring tape, etc.) are available in the lab. 
  • 80 built-in embroidery designs or import other designs via USB port
  • Accepted file types: PES and DST
  • Maximum design size: 3.98" X 3.98"


You can create your own embroidery files or download files from various websites. Some options are free, while others are paid. Below are a few options for creating or downloading embroidery files.

Creating embroidery files:

Finding embroidery files:


Likewise, you can create your own sewing patterns or find/purchase sewing patterns. Below are a few options for finding sewing patterns.



  • Contains tools to cut paper, cardstock, fabric, vinyl, and more.
  • Blades available: Fine point, Deep point, Rotary blade 
  • Requires Cricut Design Space software to use (download for free here or use on a lab computer)
  • Accepted file types
    • Basic/Raster Images (uploaded as a single layer, can edit during upload process): JPG, BMP, PNG, and GIF
    • Vector Images (cut ready images; files designed with layers will automatically be separated into layers): SVG and DXF
    • Instructions for uploading file types can be found by clicking here


Cricut Design Space has free and paid designs, as well as fonts and shapes built in to create and design your own. However, you can also create or upload designs in the accepted file types listed above. Below are some resources for finding or creating designs for the Cricut. 

Creating Designs


Finding Designs

EinScan SE 3D Scanner

  • Scan objects of various shapes and sizes and turn them in digital 3D renderings or 3D print files
  • Output file types: P3 (before data meshing only), ASC, STL, PLY, OBJ, and 3MF
  • Requires scanning software to use (free to download or available on lab computers)
    • The software can be downloaded by clicking here. Once the page loads, selected "EinScan-SP" from the drop-down menu (Please note, this software is only compatible with Windows computers at this time).