At the 3DPAC Conference you’ll have a chance to visit the many innovative 3D printing classrooms, labs, makerspaces, and learning spaces at James Madison University:

JMU Libraries

JMU’s innovative Libraries provide a wide range of 3D printing resources and are our host for the 3DPAC conference

3SPACE Classroom

A 24-seat 3D printing classroom with 8 Ultimakers and 8 Lulzbots offering 3D design courses to students from all majors

Carrier Makery

West campus makerspace for discovering 3D printers, VR, Glowforge, Carvey, vinyl cutting, and stitching

Rose Makery

East campus makerspace for learning to design with large and small format 3D printers, VR, CNC router, and vinyl cutter

Scanning Studio

High-quality scanning of medium and large-scale artifacts for preservation, reproduction, and digital reconstruction

X-Labs

Transdisciplinary technology innovation program partnering with 4-VA universities and industry for courses and scholarship

3D Visualization Lab

Department of Engineering laboratory space with high power computers and industry level ultra resolution 3-D printers

Math MakerLab

Student-run 3D design & printing lab for constructing mathematical models that support faculty scholarship and teaching

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