MIT Project Manus

MIT Project Manus

MIT's effort to upgrade campus makerspaces and foster student maker communities. We are leading MIT’s efforts to: Upgrade legacy spaces/equipment • Introduce new technologies • Create new campus makerspaces • Foster student maker communities • Collaborate with peer universities, alumni, government & industry

A first-year maker training program run for and by students.


A Project Manus developed app that allows you to locate maker resources on campus.


A biannual celebration of making for the MIT community.

Make Impact

The Make Impact Consortium

Our Makerspaces

Metropolis         The Deep

Project Manus News

Fall 2019 Newsletter
The fall newsletter from MIT Project Manus is available now.
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MIC Hosts Bootcamp at Derby University
Students, faculty, shop managers and administrators from around the world gathered at the University of...
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Winter 2019 Newsletter
The Project Manus Winter 2019 Newsletter is now available.
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Project Manus hosts MIT Maker Break
For an article on MIT Maker Break:
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Do you need a 3D part or object printed, but don’t have access to a 3D printer or don’t want to wait for a 3D printer in the lab to become available? Try the updated MIT 3D Printing Service!

Project Manus, in collaboration with Copytech, runs a service where members of the MIT community can submit 3D print jobs online using the cloud-based printing dashboard 3DPrinterOS. We then 3D print your objects for you and let you know when your job is ready for pickup at Copytech (11-004). The cost for the service is a per-job $4.00 setup charge, $2.50 per hour of print time, and a $0.06 per gram material charge. How long a job takes to print varies.

Find out more about the MIT 3D Printing Service.