Electronics & 3D Printing Lab

The Electronics & 3D Printing Lab offers a range of tools to help you get started quickly with your electronics and 3D printing projects.

Electronics Lab

Our electronics lab has a variety of tools available for use, including:

  • Oscilloscopes
  • A Lab Bench Supply
  • A Function Generator
  • Multimeters
  • A Soldering & Hot Air Station
  • A Desoldering Iron
  • A Multi Purpose PC
  • A Microscope for precise soldering
  • A range of active and passive electronic components
  • A variety of cables and connectors
  • And many more!

If you would like to use any of our tools, simply introduce yourself to one of our members and we'll give you a quick introduction to get you started.

3D Printing

At the back of the electronics lab, we have a small 3D printing room. We currently offer the following 3D printers:

  • Ultimaker 2 Go: Great for small, fine, and precise prints. It also unfortunately suffers from quite some stringing due to its age.
  • Anet A8: An all-around stable printer that is good for medium-precision printing. It's only drawback is the rather slow speed for today's standarts.
  • Modified (Volcano HotEnd) Creality CR-10: Seriously fast, but also suffers from poor precision due to its large nozzle. It's great for printing larger parts that don't require fine detail.

We mostly print PLA, but occasionally also use PETG and other types of filament.

If you would like to 3D print something, please consult one of our members first. Our printers are not the newest and are somewhat fragile, so they require regular maintenance.


As a non-profit makerspace, we rely on donations to keep our lab running. If you use our tools or components, we appreciate any donation you can leave to help us continue improving.