Equipment list


Items on this list can be used in the Makerspace during opening hours. Equipment is available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. If you would like to book a time to guarantee access, please contact the Makerspace on 9266 7687 or makerspace@curtin.edu.au. From time to time equipment is unavailable due to maintenance or other factors.

We are updating this list at the moment. If there is something specific you need we may already have it, so feel free to get in touch.

Ultimaker 2+ Connect


Useful for: Making objects and tools from 3D models, testing prototypes or creating final products.

Model: Ultimaker 2+ Connect

Manufacturer: Ultimaker

Software: Ultimaker Cura

Importable file formats: .up3, .ups, .stl, .obj, .3mf, .ply, .off, .3ds, .gcode

Materials it can work with: ABS, PLA

Build volume: 223 x 220 x 205 mm

Accessories

  • This model has a touchscreen and wireless capacity, with the potential to print from the cloud.

  • Air manager provides additional filtering capacity, increasing safety without affecting print quality

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Resources


Basic guide to 3D Printing in the Curtin Library

Ultimaker 3D printing webinars

Using the Ultimaker 2+ Connect in the Makerspace

  • We have two Ultimaker 2+ Connect printers
  • We use only PLA filament, with a range of colours to choose from
  • There is no cost to you to 3D print in the Makerspace
  • We cannot print overnight, so time limits apply. If you have a print that will take longer than 5 hours (during our opening hours), please contact the Makerspace to make an appointment to start the print job earlier in the day
  • Please inform or ask for assistance from Makerspace staff before using the 3D printers

UP BOX+ 3D Printer


Useful for: Making objects and tools from 3D models, testing prototypes or creating final products.

Model: UP BOX+

Manufacturer: Tiertime

Software: UP Studio

Importable file formats: .up3, .ups, .stl, .obj, .3mf, .ply, .off, .3ds, .gcode

Materials it can work with: ABS, PLA

Build volume: 255 × 205 × 205 mm

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Resources


Basic guide to 3D Printing in the Curtin Library

UPBOX+ User manual

Using the UP BOX+ 3D Printer in the Makerspace

  • We have two UPBOX+ printers
  • We use only PLA filament, with a range of colours to choose from
  • There is no cost to you to 3D print in the Makerspace
  • We cannot print overnight, so time limits apply. If you have a print that will take longer than 5 hours (during our opening hours), please contact the Makerspace to make an appointment to start the print job earlier in the day
  • Please inform or ask for assistance from Makerspace staff before using the 3D printers

Flashforge 3D Printer


Useful for: Making objects and tools from 3D models, testing prototypes or creating final products.

Model: Flashforge Inventor II

Manufacturer: Flashforge

Software: Flashprint

Importable file formats: .stl, .obj, .3MF

Materials it can work with: PLA

Build volume: 150mm x 140mm x 140mm

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Resources


Basic guide to 3D Printing in the Curtin Library

Flashforge Inventor II User manual

Using the Flashforge 3D Printer in the Makerspace

  • We have two Flashforge printers available
  • We use only PLA filament, with a range of colours to choose from
  • There is no cost to you to 3D print in the Makerspace
  • We cannot print overnight, so time limits apply. If you have a print that will take longer than 5 hours (during our opening hours), please contact the Makerspace to make an appointment to start the print job earlier in the day
  • Please inform or ask for assistance from Makerspace staff before using the 3D printers

Desktop 3D Scanner


Useful for: Making a 3D virtual model of objects

Model: EinScan SE

Manufacturer: Shining 3D

Software: Einscan

Exportable file formats: .obj, .stl, .asc, .ply, .3mf

Materials it can work with: Small objects

Object scan size: Min 30x30x30mm Max 250x250x250mm

Maximum weight capacity: 5kg

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Resources


Full specifications

EinScan-SE 3D Scanner Setup (Youtube)

3D Einscan SE Start to Finish (Youtube)

EinScan SE Guidebook

Einscan SE user manual

Using the Desktop 3D Scanner in the Makerspace

  • Einscan software is installed on the Media Desktop PC. Currently it requires a Makerspace staff member to log in to access the software
  • Opening the application provides step by step instructions to set up the scanner
  • Can be operated in turntable mode (small objects only)
  • Feel free to ask Makerspace staff for assistance during set up to ensure optimal settings are achieved

Handheld 3D Scanner


Useful for: Scanning objects to create a 3D model

Model: Structure sensor (original)

Manufacturer: Occipital

Software: Ipad apps - Calibrator, Scanner, Room Capture, Structure

Exportable file formats: tbc

Materials it can work with: Any solid object (including humans)

Recommended scan range: 300mm to 500mm +

Depth resolution: 1280mm x 960mm

Accessories

  • Bridge headset (uses Structure Sensor with an iphone (6s and up) to scan and and render a room)

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Resources


Getting started with the Structure Sensor

Using your Structure Sensor for the first time

Structure Sensor tutorial: viewer and scanner demo apps (Youtube)

Occipital Structure Sensor - 3D scan your face and more! (Youtube)

Bridge headset – introduction (Youtube)

Bridge headset – getting started (Youtube)

Bridge headset – product information (Youtube)

Using the Handheld 3D Scanner in the Makerspace

  • We have a dedicated ipad for use with the Structure Sensor with the necessary apps installed, and an iphone that can be used with the Bridge headset.
  • The ipad and Structure Sensor itself may need charging before use
  • Scans can be emailed to yourself in a zip file
  • Please ask Makerspace staff for assistance to access the scanner, and for any help to use it (if required)

Laser Cutter


Useful for: Cutting complex shapes, creating prototypes, etching designs

Model: Emblaser 2

Manufacturer: Darkly labs

Software: Lightburn

Importable file formats: includes .ai, .svg, .dxf, .pdf, .bmp, .jpg, .png

Materials it can work with: plywood, acrylic, card, balsa wood, fabric (cotton, felt), styrene

Build volume: 500mm x 300mm x 50mm

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Resources


Laser cutters for beginners

Emblaser 2 tutorials

Emblaser 2 ‘How to’ Youtube playlist

Emblaser 2 ‘Showcase playlist’

Emblaser 2 User manual

Using the Laser Cutter in the Makerspace

  • We have two Emblasers for use in the Makerspace
  • Lightware software is installed on a laptop connected to the Laser cutter
  • We have some mdf (3mm) as well as acrylic sheets (3mm) available for use. You are also welcome to bring your own materials
  • Please inform or ask for advice/assistance from Makerspace staff before using
  • The machine must be closely attended at all times while in use

Vacuum Mold Maker


Useful for: Making molds for food, craft, design, packaging and manufacturing

Model: Mayku Form Box

Manufacturer: Makyu

Materials it can work with: For Forming: PETg, HIPS, ABS, Polystyrene, polypropylene, Polycarbonate, Polyethylenes, Acrylic PMMA; For casting: concrete, silicone, chocolate, jello, resin

Build volume: 200mm (L) × 200mm (W) x 130mm (H)

Temp range of built-in heater: 160C - 340C

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Resources


Quick Start Guide (Youtube)

Mayku - how it works

Mayku User Manual

Mayku Youtube channel

Mayku Creators area

Using the Vacuum Mold Maker in the Makerspace

  • Cast sheets and form sheets are available in the Makerspace.
  • There is a laminated guide and user manual next to the machine
  • Please ask Makerspace staff for assistance to use the vacuum mold machine.

Carving (CNC) Machine


Useful for: Carving complex shapes in wood, plastic and other materials

Model: Carvey

Manufacturer: Inventables

Software: Easel Pro

Importable file formats: vector file formats, such as svg and dxf

Materials it can work with: Wood, acrylic, plastics. Materials officially approved for use in Carvey should not exceed dimensions of: Width (X-axis): (30 cm), Depth (Y-axis): (20 cm), Height (Z-axis): (7 cm)

Build volume: 30 cm x 20cm x 7 cm

Accessories

  • Includes waste board, acrylic window, smart clamp, spindle, belt, drill bit tips

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Resources


User manual

How to guide

Carvey: CNC made simple (Youtube)

Tested: Carvey Desktop CNC Machine Review (Youtube)

Cleaning and maintenance

Using the Carving (CNC) Machine in the Makerspace

  • To use the Carvey you will need to login to the Easel software. See Makerspace staff for access to a laptop and the login details
  • We have some materials available for use. You are also welcome to bring your own materials
  • Please inform or ask for advice/assistance from Makerspace staff before using

Domestic Sewing Machine


Useful for: Making or repairing craft items, making or repairing clothing, sewing texture onto paper/book making

Model: eXplore 320

Manufacturer: Elna

Materials it can work with: fabric, thread

Stitch types: 18 available, including buttonholes

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Resources


User Manual

Elna 320 introduction (Youtube)

Using the Domestic Sewing Machine in the Makerspace

  • We have a collection of donated fabrics in many colours, patterns and types available for use
  • A range of threads, and other sewing equipment is also available.

Overlocker


Useful for: Finishing seams on woven fabrics, sewing seams on knit fabrics, gathering, and rolled hems and fancy edges

Model: 1110DX Overlocking Machine

Manufacturer: Janome

Materials it can work with: woven and knit fabrics

Seam type: 2 and 3/4

Thread overlock needle: Janome Balloint (12x1SP)

Seam length: 1 - 5 mm

Seam Width: 3.5 mm; 5.7mm; 2.00mm

Speed control: electronic

Cutting width: adjustable

Differential feed ratio: 0.5 - 2.25

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Resources


User manual

Basic operations (Youtube)

Overlockers for beginners (Youtube)

Using the Overlocker in the Makerspace

  • We have a range of fabrics available for you to use.
  • You are also welcome to bring your own materials.

Embroidery & Quilting Machine


Useful for: Embroidering designs on textiles. Can also be used for quilting and sewing

Model: Memory Craft 9900

Manufacturer: Janome

Software: Artistic Digitizer

Importable file formats: tbc

Exportable file formats: .JEF, .JEF+, JPX, JBX

Materials it can work with: Textiles and thread

Max embroidery size: 170 x 200mm

Stitch types: 200 decorative and quilting stiches

Maximum Stitch length: 5 mm;

Accessories

  • Embroidery Hoop RE20a (170 x 200mm)

  • Range of feet - overedge, zigzag, rolled hem, blind hem, zipper, button, darning

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Resources


User manual

Embroidery formats

Instructional video (Youtube)

Artistic Digitizer Youtube playlist

Using the Embroidery & Quilting Machine in the Makerspace

  • Artistic Digitizer software is installed on the iMac near the embroidery machine.
  • The software will convert an image to an embroidered patch, and allows for editing. There are also pre-designs accessible via the electronic touch screen menu on the machine.
  • Settings (eg position and size) are made using the electronic touch screen menu.
  • A range of embroidery thread, textiles, backing/ interface is available for use.
  • Please ask for advice/assistance from Makerspace staff (if required)

Canon DSLR Camera


Useful for: Taking photos and shooting video

Model: Canon EOS 7D Mark II (G)

Manufacturer: Canon

Software: Canon EOS 7D Mark II (G)

Exportable file formats: JPEG, RAW, MPO (stills), AVCHD, MP4 (video)

Accessories

  • 2 lenses (EFS 18-135mm and EF 85mm, both with HOYA UV(C) filter)

  • remote control

  • Wi-Fi Adapter

  • 128GB microSD memory card

  • 2 batteries and battery charger

  • USB micro cable

  • instruction manual and EF lens instructions

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Resources


Full specifications

Canon EOS 7D Mark II User manual

Canon Photography Tips and Tutorials

Canon Videography Tips

Using the Canon DSLR Camera in the Makerspace

  • The camera may need charging before use
  • Please ask makerspace staff for access to the equipment, and for any assistance required

Pansonic DSLR Camera


Useful for: Taking photos and shooting video

Model: Panasonic Lumix DMC-G85

Manufacturer: Panasonic

Software: Panasonic Lumix DMC-G85

Exportable file formats: JPEG, RAW, MPO (stills), AVCHD, MP4 (video)

Accessories

  • 2 lenses (1 x 14-140mm and 1 x 25mm)

  • 128GB microSD memory card

  • 2 batteries and a battery charger

  • USB 3.0 micro cable

  • operating instruction booklet and Quick Guide

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Resources


Full specifications

Lumix User manual

Lumix Product Guide

Lumix Digital Camera Know-Hows

Using the Pansonic DSLR Camera in the Makerspace

  • The camera may need charging before use
  • Please ask makerspace staff for access to the equipment, and for any assistance required

360 degree Camera


Useful for: Taking 360 stills or videos with full 360 degree horizontal x 240 degree vertical field of view

Model: 360 Fly 4K

Manufacturer: 360 Fly

Software: 360Fly mobile app (Google Play and App Store)

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Resources


Full specifications

Quick Start Guide

User Manual

360Fly 4K - Hands-on (Review)

360Fly 4K tutorials

Using the 360 degree Camera in the Makerspace

  • The 360 Fly may need charging before use
  • The camera operates through the 360 Fly app which needs installing on the device you are editing from
  • To save/transfer your images, either plug the camera into the device using a USB C to USB cable, and then transfer your files from the folder the videos are stored in. You can also pair it to your own device via Bluetooth. You will need to create your own account on the 360 Fly app, or alternatively a Makerspace ipad or iphone may be available.

Resources


DJI-Ronin-S Setup and Balance (+App connectivity) (Youtube)

DJI Ronin-S - Setup and Balancing (Youtube)

Using the Camera mounts and stabilisers in the Makerspace

  • Gimbals and stabilisers are useful for taking steady shots with a DSLR camera or phone
  • Using the DJI Ronin S may need assistance from staff. You’ll need to manually balance the camera and its attached accessories by adjusting the various parts of the gimbal. Once the gimbal is balanced you can switch it on for use. See the links above for guidance.

Microphones


Available Items

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Resources


DJI-Ronin-S Setup and Balance (+App connectivity) (Youtube)

DJI Ronin-S - Setup and Balancing (outube)

Using the Microphones in the Makerspace

  • We have two Podmic microphone/arm sets
  • Using the DJI Ronin S may need assistance from staff. You’ll need to manually balance your camera and its attached accessories by adjusting the various parts of the gimbal. Once the gimbal is balanced you can switch it on for use.

Podcasting machine


Useful for: Recording audi, live audio control (similar to a DJ)

Model: RodeCaster Pro

Manufacturer: Rode

Software: Rodecaster Pro Companion App

Exportable file formats: sound files (mp4)

Connection: USB or bluetooth

Microphone inputs: Four studio-grade XLR

Sound pads: Eight programmable sound pads, with eight banks available (64 sounds in total)

Mic Inputs: 20 Hz – 20 kHz, -3dB at 20 Hz (high-pass filter)

Monitor Output: 20 Hz – 20 kHz better than ±0.5dB

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Resources


User manual

RODECaster Pro II Initial Walkthrough & Audio Samples - It’s Incredible! (Youtube)

The Rodecaster Pro: Everything You Need to Make a Podcast (Youtube)

Using the Podcasting machine in the Makerspace

  • The podcasting machine is set up in the media room
  • The Makerspace has 3 microphones that can be used with the podcast station
  • Current way of recording is to save via SD card, and transferring saved file to an external PC/Laptop for editing

Lighting


Available Items

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Using the Lighting in the Makerspace

  • We have a dedicated soundproof studio for recording and photography
  • If you would like to book the studio please email us

Teleprompter


Useful for: Reading scrolling text while looking directly into the camera

Model: Glide gear Teleprompter TMP 500

Manufacturer: Glide gear

Reading range: 10 ft

Accessories

  • Will accommodate any smartphone or tablet up to 10.5 x 9.5 inches. Compatible with iPad Air, iPad Mini, and original iPad (all generations), but not compatible with iPad PRO

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Resources


Glide Gear TMP 500 Tablet Teleprompter Assembly Set Up (Youtube video)

Using the Teleprompter in the Makerspace

  • Use with a DSLR camera and teleprompter app such as Parrot
  • The teleprompter app needs a ‘mirror text’ feature
  • Ask Makerspace staff if you would like to use one of our DSLR cameras and/or a device with a teleprompter app installed.
  • Makerspace staff can assist with setting up the teleprompter.

Pen tablets


Useful for: Creating digital drawings and artwork

Model: Wacom Intuous Pro

Manufacturer: Wacom

Size: M - 338x219x8mm, L - 430x287x8mm

Connection: USB, bluetooth

Compatibility: Windows and Mac

Accessories

  • Pro Pen (pressure sensitivity, tilt recognition)

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Resources


Download site for drivers

Wacom Intuos Pro User manual

Articles about using Wacom with Third Party software

How to set up and use a Wacom tablet (Youtube video)

How to Draw on a (non-display) Tablet (Youtube video)

Using the Pen tablets in the Makerspace

  • There are two medium size and one large size tablets available for use.
  • The large tablet is attached to the iMac, which has Adobe software installed.
  • They can be used with a laptop. You may need to install a driver, which you can download from the link above

Flatbed scanner


Useful for: Creating professional-quality scans of documents, photos, slides, negatives or film

Model: Perfection V850 Pro (B11B224201)

Manufacturer: Epson

Resolution: 4800 dpi and 6400 dpi (Dual Lens System)

Maximum Scan Area: 21 x 29 cm (A4)

Compatibility: Windows and Mac

Accessories

  • Eight film holders: 35 mm slides, 35 mm film strips, medium format 6 x 20cm and 10 x 12.5cm (two each)

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Resources


Drivers and downloads

User manual

Setup guide

Scanner Driver and EPSON Scan Utility v3.9.3.5 download

Epson v850 Film Scanner & Setup (Youtube)

Epson Scan vs SilverFast with the Epson V800/ V850 (English)

Using the Flatbed scanner in the Makerspace

  • The Epson Scan software is installed on the iMac, or can be downloaded to your laptop at the link above.
  • Silverfast software may also be available to use (TBC if Silverfast is currently installed and working), however the Epson scan software is sufficient for basic use.
  • Accessories and guides are kept with the scanner

Inkjet printer


Useful for: Printing and photo printing

Model: Canon Pixma TS8360

Manufacturer: Canon

Materials it can work with: Photo paper, sticker paper, plain paper

Maximum document size: 216 x 297 mm

Print resolution: 4800 x 1200 dpi

Functions: Print, copy, scan

Ink type: 6 individual ink tanks

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Resources


Drivers and associated software

User manual

Using the Inkjet printer in the Makerspace

  • The printer is for special uses when the photocopier/laser-printer is not suitable, such as printing on to sticker paper or using with the Cricut machine
  • Please ask staff for use of the in-house laptops, as these already have the printer drivers installed.
  • Simply connect to the printer to the laptop via the blue cable provided and select “Canon TS8300” as the default printer.

MIDI keyboard controller


Useful for: Creating, composing and recording music

Model: A-49

Manufacturer: Roland

Software: can use with Garageband

Importable file formats: AIFF. CAF. WAV. AAC (except protected files) Apple Lossless. MP3

Size: 836mm(W) x 182mm(D) x 84mm(H)mm

Accessories

  • Headphones

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Resources


Full list of specifications

Driver downloads

User manual

A-88/A-49 MIDI Keyboard Controller Overview (Youtube video)

Roland A49 USB MIDI Keyboard Unboxing Studio One Install Review (Youtube video)

Garageband Tutorial - Learn Under 10 Minutes (Youtube video)

Using the MIDI keyboard controller in the Makerspace

  • The keyboard is set up near the iMac so it can be easily used with Garageband.
  • Use the headphones if you don’t want to share your musical creations with the world (just yet)!

Software


VR headsets


Available Items

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Resources


DJI-Ronin-S Setup and Balance (+App connectivity) (Youtube)

DJI Ronin-S - Setup and Balancing (Youtube)

Using the VR headsets in the Makerspace

  • The HTC Vive is used with the Alienware PC, while Oculus Rift can be used with the Lenovo PC. Ocullus Quest and Oculus Go are standalone and don’t require a computer to use. The Google and Samsung headsets are used with mobile phone
  • We have a range of games and activities that are suitable for an introductory experience to virtual reality
  • We also have VR hygiene products available such as disposable masks and wipes
  • Ask Makerspace staff for assistance to access to the VR headsets, and for assistance if required

Motion capture equipment


Available Items

  • Kinect for Xbox One and Windows (PC) adaptor ](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kinect)
    • Can be used as a gesture/ motion sensor and 3D scanner
  • Leap motion
    • Optical hand tracking module that captures the movements of your hands
  • [Perception Neuron 32](https://neuronmocap.com/pages/perception-neuron-3](https://neuronmocap.com/pages/perception-neuron-3)
    • Capture motion data for animation, special effects and game development
  • Tobii Eye Tracker
    • Screen based eye tracker
  • ZenphoneAR
    • 2017 model with AR functionality

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Kits


Standalone items


Specialised tools


Art and craft supplies


Available Items

  • Paper, card
    • variety of sizes and colours
  • Cellophane and tissue
    • variety of colours
  • Crafting materials
    • Includes pipe cleaners, pom poms, googly eyes, wooden stirrers, straws, buttons, glitter
  • Glue
    • Wood/PVA, gorilla, stick, gem, supa, glitter
  • Tape
    • Clear, masking, book binding, electrical, duct
  • Paint and brushes
    • Acrylic, oil, watercolour, puffy, glow in the dark, glitter
  • Stationary
    • Pens, pencils, crayons, chalk, erasers, sharpeners, rulers, staplers, paper clips, pins etc
  • Stencils

  • Lino cutting tools, lino and rollers

  • Ink – block printing and stamps

  • Craft scapels and cutting mats

  • Air dry clay and tools

  • Beads and jewellery making materials

  • Threads, cottons and macrame cord

  • Weaving loom

  • Yarn spinners and roving

  • Paper making deckles

  • Flower press

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Resources


Crafting a green world

Totally tutorials: A directory of free craft tutorials

Instructables

The Crafty Angels

Using the Art and craft supplies in the Makerspace

  • We encourage you to develop your crafty skills and explore your creativity and while using our arts and crafts supplies.
  • There is no charge for use of the materials, so please use in moderation and tidy up after yourself
  • Feel free to ask Makerspace staff if you need help finding something in particular, or have a recommendation to make for purchasing supplies.

Badgemakers


Useful for: Making badges, fridge magnets and keyrings

Model: Micro Badge Maker

Manufacturer: ebadges

Materials it can work with: paper (inkjet or laser paper, ~100gsm), fabric (linens and cottons work best)

Badge sizes: Badges and magnets - 38 mm; Key rings - 45 mm

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Resources


Badge template (Photoshop file)

Artwork guide

User manual - printable instructions

How to make a badge or magnet (Youtube)

How to make a keyring

Using the Badgemakers in the Makerspace

  • To design your own artwork, you can use image creating software/editing such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Canva, Corel Draw, GIMP, Photopea etc.
  • We have some pre-printed, pre-cut designs you can use, or you can design your own.
  • Circle cutters are available (please use on the perspex squares).
  • Laminated step by step instructions are provided, but feel free to ask for assistance if you would like to be shown how to use the badge-makers.

Cricut


Useful for: Complex cut-outs, stencils, sticker making, card making, papercraft

Model: Cricut Maker

Manufacturer: Provo Craft & Novelty Inc

Software: Cricut Design Space

Importable file formats: png, jpg, svg, dxf

Materials it can work with: paper, card, adhesive sheets, foil, illustration boards, fabric, balsa, canvas, vinyl, felt, transfer sheets and many other materials

Max cutout space: 30cm x 30 cm

Accessories

  • range of blades

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Resources


User manual

List of materials the Cricut will cut

Uploading images into Design Space

Instructional video (Youtube)

Using the Cricut in the Makerspace

  • The Design Space software is installed on a laptop which is connected to the Cricut
  • An inkjet printer …
  • A range of materials is available for use with the Cricut
  • Please inform or ask for assistance from Makerspace staff before using the Cricut

Scan’n’Cut


Useful for: Cutting, drawing, embossing, making stencils, cards, papercraft

Model: Brother Scan N Cut SDX1x00

Manufacturer: Brother

Software: Canvas Workspace

Importable file formats: png, jpg, svg, dxf

Materials it can work with: Paper (Printer paper, Scrapbook paper, Cardstock, Tracing paper and Poster board), Fabric (Cotton fabric, Flannel and Denim), Plastic sheet and Foam sheet

Optical scanner resolution: Up to 600dpi for Scan to USB function and 200dpi for Direct Cut and Scan to Cut Data

Standard mat size: 36 cm x 36 cm

Built in designs: 573

Accessories

  • Auto Blade Holder and Blade

  • Standard Mat 36cm x 36cm

  • High Tack Support Sheet (4)

  • Touch Pen, Spatula, Accessory Pouch

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Resources


User manual

Introduction to Scan N Cut (Youtube)

Scan N Cut videos from Brother Youtube channel

Using the Scan’n’Cut in the Makerspace

  • A computer is not required to use the Scan N Cut. You can scan a hand drawn design or use one of the built in designs
  • A range of materials is available for use with the Scan N Cut
  • Please ask for assistance from Makerspace staff if required.

Electric Spinning wheel


Useful for: creating your own yarn

Model: Electric Eel Wheel 5 (original model)

Manufacturer: Dreaming Robots

Materials it can work with: spinning wool

Accessories

  • Foot Pedal

  • Bobbins

  • Hook

  • Spinning wool (for practice)

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Resources


Electric Eel Facebook page

Introductory overview (Youtube)

Maurice Spins a Full Bobbin on Electric Eel Wheel 5

Dreaming Robots Youtube channel

Using the Electric Spinning wheel in the Makerspace

  • Please ask staff for assistance if necessary

Games and other activities


Available Items

  • Jigsaw Puzzles

  • Mindfulness colouring books

  • Lego

  • Playing cards
    • variety of colours
  • Go sets (x2)

  • Chess

  • Monopoly

  • Pictionary

  • Dixit

  • Rapidough

  • Cluedo

  • Scrutiny

  • Lanterns, The Harvest Festival

  • Hive Mind

  • Stratego

  • Yahtzee

  • Coup

  • Sequence

  • Scrabble

  • Balderdash

  • Phase 10

  • Rhino Hero

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Using the Games and other activities in the Makerspace

  • Please pack away the games neatly after use

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Curtin would like to pay respect to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members of our community by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land on which the Perth campus is located, the Whadjuk people of the Nyungar Nation; and on our Kalgoorlie campus, the Wongutha people of the North-Eastern Goldfields.