Makerspace Is Now Open To Students, Staff & Faculty. 

Open 8:30 to 12:00 noon and 1:00pm to 4pm week days.

Make Things Better

We invite the Langara community to explore hands-on the opportunities for innovation within new tools and ideas,
and build upon the Makerspace ethos to Make Things Better.

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Visit us

The MAKERSPACE is located in in the A Building on the second floor in room A268.
830-12:00 & 1:00-4:00


Contact us

Philip Robbins
Coordinator, Makerspace Instructor, Fine Arts

Contact us

Don Gillard
Makerspace Technician
Contact for website & output submission questions.

Makerspace WORKSHOPS

We welcome the Langara community to explore innovation and build on the Makerspace ethos.

  • Makerspace workshops are open to the Langara community, including students, staff and faculty. 
  • No previous experience is necessary to attend most workshops. 
  • The workshops are introductory only. 
  • Faculty are encouraged to come and learn how to integrate new technologies, and their use, into the curriculum they teach.
  • To learn more about our Makerspace Workshops for 3D printing, laser cutting, CNC cutting and vinyl cutting, click on the button below…

WORKSHOP Info & Signup


No More Vinyl Cutter & VC Workshops

Our vinyl cutter is now with the facilities department. There will be no more access to the vinyl cutter or Workshops for the vinyl cutter, starting November 5th, 2022. The vinyl cutter maybe available at facilities, please check with them.

3D Printing with Plant Based Resins – Our New Anycubic Photon M3+ Resin Printer

We now have new Anycubic Photon M3+ 3D resin printer. They allow us to use a Plant Based Resin for our prints. The printers also run at a low cost, unlike our former resin printers that were very expensive to run. The M3+ prints at 6K resolution, with a maximum print size of 24.5 x 19.7 x 12.2 cm / 9.6 x 7.8 x 4.8 inches. Our results have been very good so far, with very high resolution test objects. Previous Next

Epilog Mini Laser – How To Engrave A Glass

Our Epilog Mini laser can perform a number of duties: it can make rubber stamps, and it can engrave a wine glass. It can also of course do the usual laser duties, like engraving and cutting: wood. plexiglas, and card stock. I have just completed 3 new How To guides for the Epilog. Guide A – How To Laser Cut & Engrave… Guide A > Guide B – How To Make A Stamp… Guide B > Guide C – How To Engrave A Glass & Other Round Objects… Guide C >