The MADLab, located in the Gerstein Science Information Center, is a facility dedicated to mobile software development. Open to all University of Toronto students, staff, and faculty, the lab provides workspace, equipment, as well as hosts workshops. They also host workstations with mobile SDKs and design software, digital projectors, hardware samples, two 3D printers, and a 3D scanner.
Located in MC78, this machine shop provides state of the art tools and is open to all undergraduate engineering students. The shop provides design consultation, precision machining, and fitting and assembly. To access the shop, it is required that students have taken the George Brown College Basic Machining Course (or an equivalent college level course). Details about the courses offered can be found here.
3. Mechatronics Lab- MC402
Makerspace is a design space located at 1803 Danforth Ave; members are provided with several 3-D printers, an open-source laser-cutter, and a full wood shop. Training for all the tools is also provided.
Fee: $200 registration fee + $100/month membership fee
Located at 718R Ossington Ave, Site 3 coLaboratory is a member run space for makesrs. They also offers a variety of classes including laser cutting, 3-D printing, Arduino, and woodworking.
Fee: An associate membership costs $40/month, a core membership is $115/month