Makerspace is a place where trained library users can try out new technologies, model their visions, prototype small promotional items and repair their equipment (e.g. sew up a torn pocket). The workshop equipment is designed to meet the needs of the study programmes and courses taught at ECON MUNI, especially in the areas of marketing, management and urban planning. The makerspace is equipped with 3D-printers, a cutting plotter, a laser engraver and a button maker. There are also materials for creative work such as papers, foils, crayons, scissors, modelling wire and small tools.
- model Original Prusa i3 MK3S+
- wide material support
- printing from SD-card or connected PC
- monitoring and management of the print queue via Raspberry Pi
various types of filament are available, after the materials paid for by the grant are used up, they will be available for purchase at the circulation desk
- button pin press
- die for buttons with a diameter of 37 mm
- material purchased from the grant is available at the circulation desk – the maximum number of buttons per person is 4
- once the grant material has been used up, empty buttons will be available for purchase at the circulation desk without restriction
- laser engraver 3018 PRO
- model year 2021
- compact 2-in-1 milling machine, the set includes both the milling spindle and the laser source head for burning in different materials
- the device is capable of cutting all types of plastic, wood, acrylic, PVC and PCB and many other materials
To access the makerspace and work with the instruments, it is necessary to undergo basic training. After training, you will be granted access and you can enter the workshop by placing your card (ISIC, ITIC, employee) to the reader on the door. If you have any problems, please contact the library staff or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep an eye on the events calendar for workshop offerings, the following workshops are currently available.