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Makerspace Hours and Availability

The Architecture Library Makerspace is generally staffed Monday - Friday from 9:00a to 5:00p and Sunday - Thursday from 7:00-9:00p. It is advised that you make an appointment to ensure staff availability. 

The Makerspace is staffed by students in the evening hours. 

3D Printing

The Architecture Library houses multiple 3D printers, including a MakerBot Z18, two Creality CR10-S4s, and a Rostock Max which are available for student use. Priority for printing will be given to class projects for students in the School of Architecture, though the printers are open to the larger Notre Dame community. Please contact us for more information. 

Patrons are strongly advised to submit their files at least 5 business days in advance of important deadlines.

  • Production timeframe may vary depending upon such factors as the object's printer file itself, staff and device availability, and/or unexpected device or material issues that may arise. 
  • Generally, objects are printed on a first-come, first-serve basis; however, priority will be given to student printing objects related to graded assignments for a course in which they are currently enrolled. 

Equipment Available for Checkout

The Makerspace houses equipment that may be checked out for course projects or research. Specific loan terms and availability are subject to change. Please contact the Makerspace Staff for equipment inquiries. 


  • Two Oculus Rift Developer Kits which are available for extended loan periods.
  • Oculus Rift headset with touch controllers for in-house use.
  • Oculus Quest autonomous unit for short term loans with special permission. 


  • Structure Sensor to capture scale accurate 3D models of people, objects and places. Available for up to two weeks.



  • Six GoPro Cameras, circulation period is for three days unless special arrangements have been made. 


  • Four Garmin 62s, circulation for up to two weeks. 

Center for Digital Scholarship

In addition to the resources available in the Architecture Library, the Center for Digital Scholarship in the Hesburgh Library has technology and expertise to help you with your project. In addition to offering regular workshops throughout the semester, they also have technology that circulates, including: 

  • Large format printers and scanners
  • High-resolution structure scanner
  • 3D printers