Electrical Makerspace

The Electrical Makerspace provides the tools and resources for participants to be able to be hands-on with their projects, and to confidently be able to explore electrical prototypes and concepts, with paired assistance from an electrical specialist.

Working on an electrical makerspace project

Wond'ry Makerspace Hours

Summer Hours
Common Area 9 AM-6 PM
June 3 - Aug 2: 9 AM-6 PM

* Hours may periodically be variable due to special events, weather and student staffing schedules.

If you want to 3D Print an item or schedule an appointment, please email wondrymakerspace@gmail.com

Learn about Safety Seminars

  • About the Seminar

    For your safety and the safety of those around you, all Wond’ry makerspace users must complete a safety seminar (approximately 1 hour) to gain access to the makerspace resources and equipment. 

    The purpose of this safety seminar is to:
     Meet the Maker Techs: the student mentors that help run the makerspaces

     Organization: How the makerspace runs and our approach to helping you ‘make’

     Expectations: Rules and member conduct

     Basic Safety: Tour the facilities and participate in tool and equipment safety training

    After attending the safety seminar, you will be able to use the makerspaces and most basic tools for your projects. Additional training to gain access to the other machinery (such as the vacuum former, molding and casting bench, and sewing machine) will be available through separate sessions by request.

  • Dates of Seminar

    Safety Seminars will be held Monday  Thursday, at 7:00 PM, or by appointment.

  • Contact

    If you have any questions please email the Makerspace Manager, Garrett Thorne.

  • Working on a project
  • Soldering Workshop
  • Detailed Soldering
  • Anupam Kumar

    Anupam Kumar

    Electrical Specialist and Ph.D. Candidate

    Anupam Kumar is a Ph.D. Candidate in the department of Biomedical Engineering at Vanderbilt University. His technical skills are the intersection of electronics development, software development, and industrial design. He brings his various skillsets to conceptualize and realize products in the medical space. During his PhD career, he has also interned at Facebook (Now Meta) Reality Labs.