Makerspace Lathe


The HATCH Makerspace is where ideas are realized as prototypes then become products after repeated cycles of testing, refinement, and end-user feedback.The Makerspace is equipped with a suite of state-of-the-art equipment located in a machine shop and fabrication labs. Much of this equipment has been generously donated or funded by alumnae who see the benefit of having such a facility on campus. The growing list of Makerspace equipment includes a 3D handheld scanner, 3D metal sintering printer and conventional 3D printers, laser and water-jet cutters, saws, metal-bending presses, drill presses, lathes, workbenches, and a wide range of hand tools. The Makerspace opened in late 2018 and plays a crucial role in HATCH ventures’ success.

ICICS 061 (Fabrication Lab)

ICICS 061A (Machine Shop)

  • First Milling Machine
  • Terrier Lathe
  • IMA Drill Press & Small Drill Press
  • Grizzly Sheet Metal Shear
  • Grizzly Sheet Metal Brake
  • Busy Bee Sheet Metal Brake
  • Arbor Press
  • Hydraulic Press
  • Grinders
  • Sanding Station
  • Hand Tools
  • Power Tools

ICICS 061B (Digital Fabrication Lab)

  • Dimension 1200es Series 3D Printer
    • The Dimension 1200es Series 3D Printers give you the biggest build envelope of any printer in its class. With the largest capacity, the 1200es 3D Printer series gives you the room to print models up to 10″ x 10″ x 12″ (254 x 254 x 305 mm).
  • FormLabs Form 2 3D Printer
    • The Form 2 provides affordable, professional 3D SLA printing, using a 250mW laser to harden a liquid resin, layer by layer, until the model is complete. The various materials available for printing include heat-resistant, tough, flexible, durable, and castable resins, with a build size of 5.7 x 5.7 x 6.9 inches (145 x 145 x 175 mm).
    • Form 2 3D Printer in Makerspace
  • Rapidia 3D Printer
    • The Rapidia system allows users to quickly and cost-effectively print complex and strong metal parts. The two-step process means that most parts can be ready the next day, while Rapidia’s unique water-based technology unlocks a new world of opportunities for creating internal structures and intricate assemblies.
    • Rapidia 3D Printer in Makerspace
  • Trotec Laser Cutter Speedy 300
    • The Speedy 300 is equipped with a 60W CO2 laser and is capable of laser engraving and cutting wood, plastic, acrylic, fabrics and many other materials. The Speedy 300 has a bed size of 28.6 x 17 inches with a maximum workpiece height of 6.5 inches.
    • Trotec Laser Cutter Speedy 300 in Makerspace
  • Protomax Waterjet Waterjet
    • The Protomax waterjet by Omax is equipped with a 30,000-psi pump. The Protomax can cut, metal, glass, plastic, wood and more, under 1 in. thick with a 12 in. by 12 in. cutting area. 
    • Protomax Waterject in Makerspace