The Mooney Innovative Design Laboratory is a student project space within the College of Engineering at Bucknell University.  It is part of a network of MakerSpaces on Bucknell’s campus that include the Project Development Laboratory (PDL), the 7th St. Studio, and the MakerE.  The Mooney Lab is equipped with a range of tools useful for basic fabrication and assembly, as well as a laser cutter and several 3D printers.   Access to the Lab is available to all Bucknell students, faculty, and staff following the completion of a basic onsite safety orientation.  The hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8am-4pm, with evening hours from 7pm-10pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.  If you’d like to use the Mooney Lab you can get started by clicking here.

 Here are some of the tools in the Mooney Lab
  • 75 W Epilog Fusion 40 Laser Cutter
  • Three Makergear M2 3D printers
  • A bench top drill press
  • Table saw
  • Scroll saw
  • Sliding miter saw
  • Assorted tools for basic fabrication including
    • Mechanic’s tools
    • Soldering equipment
    • Cordless drills
    • Hand saws
    • Dremel toos
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