A design-build-play space open to any Georgia Tech student. It is for students — managed by students. Students from all majors are encouraged to experiment with the cutting-edge tools, machines, and printers.
A 15,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art makerspace catering specifically to electronics and computer engineering design and innovation (the largest of its kind in the nation). Students of all majors can use the IDC's woodshop, 3D printers, laser cutters, plasma cutter, function generators, power supplies, soldering irons, computers, and embedded systems equipment.
An active machine shop that can design, fabricate, repair, and modify parts or entire devices for research projects. It works on designs ranging from miniature gears used in heart medicine research to large-scale structural welding projects as tall as 35 feet.
Established in Fall 2016, this make-and-measure space was created to give students the chance to learn more about the practical applications of materials science. Here, students can examine the characteristics and properties of the materials they are working with, by using high tech testing equipment. Students can also experiment with new and different types of materials by using the space's specialized 3d printers.