Bobcat Made Maker Space At RRC
Bobcat Made is a free maker space lab in Avery 454 where you can work on personal or class projects. This is a collaborative effort between the College of Education and the College of Science and Engineering, is open to all university students to promote and facilitate a variety of tools, including 3D printing, paper/vinyl cutting machine, embroidery, and more (see tools listed below in tabs to learn more). These resources are available to all university students.
We value staff volunteers as an integral part of our team, and invite all Texas State University students who have a passion for "making" and a desire to help others learn become staff volunteers. Volunteers help train other student users, facilitate demonstrations and group tours, as well as help with special themed maker night events.
Our Open Lab is available as long as the Avery building is open. Check out our upcoming events page, which includes training, special themed making nights, and more.
Note: You are welcome to create prototypes for your own company, but no production of items for sale!
Get started in your projects and Meet My Tools available at our Maker Space.