|Reserve up to 3 hours||Reserve 3 days|
|Dremel 3D45 3D printer||Canadian Studio Lighting and Backdrop Kits|
|Flashforge Creator Pro 3D printer||Canon PowerShot SX420 IS Digital Camera|
|iMac computer w/ Adobe Creative |
|Kenuo 4K Camorder Camera|
|Singer sewing machine||Seree Digital Camcorder Digital Camera|
|Button maker||Olympus Digital Voice Recorder|
|Epson DS5000 scanner||Maono USB microphone kit|
|Epson V850 scanner||Studio DJ headphones|
|XIAOKOA Wireless Microphone|
|Amazon 60″ Tripod|
|Arduino starter kit|
|Raspberry Pi kit|
|Lego Mindstorms EV3|
|Lego Medium Creative Brick Box|
Equipment in the Makerspace
Our 3D printers, iMac computers, sewing machine and button maker are available to use for up to 3 hours in the Makerspace.
Note: to gain access to the 3D printers you must attend the Introduction to 3D Printing session. Check the UTSC Library events calendar for the next session.
Equipment use outside the Makerspace
Equipment not located in the Makerspace can be borrowed and used outside of the space. Once a booking is confirmed, pick up and return is at the UTSC library during Makerspace open hours.
If equipment is needed for longer than 3 days, contact the Makerspace and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
How to book equipment
You must sign in with your UTOR ID to access MS Bookings.
Select the equipment you would like to book. Note the length of the booking – you are not obligated to borrow the equipment for the entire time frame.
For a description of the equipment, select the information icon.
Choose the day of your booking. For items available in the Makerspace, select both the day and time.
For overnight printing, you must come to the Makerspace one hour before closing to set up your print.
Add your personal details:
- UofT email address
- Student number
For 3D printing, indicate the purpose of your print.
Note that you will be charged $0.25 per 15 minutes for recreational printing.
Once you select “Book”, you will receive an email confirmation of your booking.
Note: WeVideo is available to UTSC community members only.
WeVideo is cloud-based platform that allows you to create digital productions such as videos, podcasts and presentations.
Complete the webform below to request access. Due to a limited number of licenses, access is limited to 2 weeks – if you need more time, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
Check out the UTSC Library events calendar for the next “Introduction to WeVideo” online session.