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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 with 3D printers, VR, laser cutter, and audio/video production tools.

Rose Makery

East campus makerspace with 3D printers, VR, electronics workbench,  textile arts facilities, and arts/crafts supplies.

Scanning Studio

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


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