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Maker Studio

What is the Maker Studio?

The MRU Maker Studio is a creative space for students, faculty, staff and community users to explore ideas and concepts. It is a space to experiment with new technologies and tools to tackle projects in a hands-on way. Users can design and produce objects and creations for research, coursework, or personal projects.

Drop in times for the Maker Studio are Monday to Friday 10 am to 2 pm.

The Maker Studio is also bookable for classwork, workshops and research purposes. Contact for more information.

Register for Maker Studio orientations and see all upcoming Maker Studio activities below:

3D Print Submissions

Mount Royal University Library is offering 3D printing. There may be limitations in size and time required to print the file. For more information contact the Maker Studio staff at: or submit your print below.

What's in the Maker Studio?

  • Interactive Pen Displays & Touch Screen Tablets 
  • Carvey 3D Carving Machine 
  • Form 2 Stereolithography 3D Printer 
  • MakerBot Replicator Z18 FDM 3D Printer 
  • Prusa FDM 3D Printer 
  • 3D Scanner 
  • Arduino 
  • Raspberry Pi 
  • Little Bits 
  • Lego NXT 
  • Industrial Sewing Machine 
  • Brother Embroidery Machine 
  • Trotech Laser Cutter 
  • Oculus Rift Headsets 
  • Embroidery Hoops and Floss 
  • Beading Looms 
  • Mac and Windows Computers 
  • Adobe Creative Suite 
  • Rhinoceros 3D 
  • Grasshopper 
  • Ultimaker Cura 
  • Makerbot Print 
  • Preform 
  • Silhouette Studio 
  • Microsoft Office 
  • Fusion 360 
  • Brother PE Design 
  • Logic Pro X 
  • Autodesk Netfabb 
  • Z brush 
  • Blender 
  • 3D Studio Max 
  • Sketchup Pro 
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Contact and Resources

See the Safety and Orientation Guide for more information on using the Maker Studio and its resident equipment.

Contact or 403.440.7051 with any questions about using the Maker Studio.