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About Makerspace Resources

Information about equipment available in the PUL Makerspace, how to get started, software to use, and links for project ideas.

Student Educators

Sophia Diodati (she/her)

Area of study: Graduate student in Architecture

Specialties: 3D modeling (Rhinoceros 3D), 3D printing, 3D scanning, large format printing, Cricut, Adobe Creative Suite products (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro)

Make an appointment with Sophia!

Peyman Azodi

Area of study: PhD student in Chemistry

Specialties: 3D printers, cutting plotter, 3D scanner, large format printer

Make an appointment with Peyman!

Genyuan Hu

Area of study: Graduate student in Architecture

Specialties: 3D printers, Rhino, 3D scanning

Makerspace Specialist/Manager

Ariel Ackerly
Ariel coordinates Makerspace events, activities, and daily operations. Reach out to Ariel if you'd like to host an event, teach a workshop, or schedule a class tour/orientation at the Makerspace.


Welcome to the PUL Makerspace!

Click on a button below to get started. Read more about our access policies on this resource guide.

Pink clickable box that says "Reserve Equipment"  Pink clickable box that says "Reserve Rooms"  Green clickable box that says "Schedule a Consult"  Yellow clickable box that says "Take a Training"

Equipment Access

  • Equipment access is by reservation
  • 3D printers andthe cutting plotter require training before use.
  • We use Canvas for some of our trainings. You may self-enroll in our Canvas course using this link.
  • If you would like help with your project, please schedule a consult with a Makerspace staff member.

Read more about our equipment and policies by clicking through the tabs on this resource guide. For general inquiries, email

Making on Campus

PUL Makerspace is a member of MakeNet, a consortium of creative technology spaces across the university that work together to better support Princeton's maker community. MakeNet manages an online Discord Server for students, staff, faculty, and alumni who make things and want to talk about making things.