Where Can I Make Next?

There are many great makerspaces and shops on campus where you can continue making things after you’ve completed MakerLodge! Click on any of the shops below to learn more. Remember – you should always contact the shop manager or mentors before starting to work in a new shop!

Metropolis 6C-006B

Metropolis is a makerspace for use by the MIT community run by Project Manus with the goal of optimizing hands-on trainings on all machines.

You’ve already completed orientation, check our calendar and come by for any open hours!

The Deep 37-072

The Deep is a makerspace for student use run by Project Manus with the goal of optimizing hands-on trainings on all machines.

You’ve already completed orientation, check our calendar and come by for any open hours!

Cypress Engineering Design Studio

eds.mit.edu 38-501

The Cypress Engineering Design Studio is part of the EECS Department at MIT. It’s a space dedicated to teaching, designing, and building: both a classroom and makerspace.

A course 6 facility, open to all MIT students. Specializes in electrical engineering, with a fantastic parts inventory.

Edgerton clubs & teams

https://edgerton.mit.edu/clubs-and-teams NE45-202

Edgerton Center’s clubs and teams programs take place in the most glorified makerspace on campus offering a full scale machine shop, garage and team offices.

To access, join one of the Edgerton engineering teams.

Hobby Shop

https://studentlife.mit.edu/hobbyshop W31-031

The MIT Hobby Shop is a fully-equipped wood and metal shop that teaches students the art of thoughtful design.

The Hobby Shop has fostered MIT’s spirit of learning by doing for over 80 years by providing tools, training, and assistance to all MIT students, faculty, staff, and alums interested in turning their ideas into reality.

Anyone at MIT, with a small membership fee.

MITERS

http://miters.mit.edu/ N52-115

MITERS is a student run shop for people to work on various personal projects. We are primarily a community that wants to encourage learning and pursuing extra-curricular interests.

Student club makerspace open to MIT community.

ProtoWorks @ MTC

http://protoworks.mit.edu E40-160

ProtoWorks is housed within the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship, a center that provides the expertise, support, and connections MIT students need to become effective entrepreneurs. We serve all MIT students, across all schools, across all disciplines.

Entrepreneurship focused makerspace, all MIT students during open hours.

BeaverWorks

https://beaverworks.ll.mit.edu/CMS/bw/facility NE45-202

The MIT Lincoln Laboratory Beaver Works Center (Lincoln Beaver Works) conducts research and educational programs that strengthen and expand collaborative efforts between Lincoln Laboratory and MIT campus.

All MIT students during open hours.

Voxel Lab

https://teamvoxel.wixsite.com/voxellab E38-3rdFL

This new makerspace will embody the intersection of music, art, and technology, where all members of the MIT community will have access to explore, design, and create projects such as digital/robotic instruments, music VR, sound art, and other wild ideas!

Art & Music makerspace, all MIT students during open hours.

Edgerton Center Student Project Lab

https://edgerton.mit.edu/student_project_lab 4-409

The Edgerton Center Student Project Lab (Room 4-409) is home to a community of students who meet to tinker, experiment, design, build, learn, and have fun while doing it.

All MIT students during open hours