The Cornell Maker Club (CMC) is a student-run club for experimenting with innovative technologies. We provide tools, work space, and a community for all interested members of Cornell’s campus.
Our purpose is to provide a space where motivated and creative minds can give shape to their ideas, and to help spread this passion through the campus and beyond.
Getting Access to Electrical Lab (Phillips 217) or Mechanical Lab (Phillips 201):
Membership is open to all students enrolled at Cornell University, including both undergraduate and graduate students.
Members typically become engaged in one or more personal or group projects.
Please fill out the following form to request access for the respective labs. Specific trainings are required and will begin following the start of the summer session. After filling out the form, you will receive an email once training timeslots become available.
Requests for SP23 trainings will be open within 2 weeks from the start of the semester.
Lab Usage Notice:
Cornell Maker Club resources are for personal projects only. They are not to be used for classes, research, or project teams. For those categories, please talk with your professor/advisor/team leads or visit the Rapid Prototyping Lab located in Upson Hall.
Electrical Lab (David Ahl Maker Lab):
This lab space houses power supplies, signal generators, oscilloscopes, hand tools, drills, and a medley of electrical components, sensors, and actuators.
Mechanical Lab (Hui Family Maker Lab):
This lab space houses a laser cutter, 3D printers, drill press, tabletop saw, adhesives, and a wide assortment of extra hand tools.
Open hours are for current members to get help with using lab tooling by CMC officers. These are not for the public.
Fall 2022 Executive Board
- Clif Pollock, Ilda And Charles Lee Professor of Engineering (email@example.com)
- Bruce Land, Emeritus Senior Lecturer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Amal El-Ghazaly, Assistant Professor (email@example.com)
Board members may also be contacted over the Maker Club Slack: