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PUL Makerspace Equipment

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

Access and Use

The PUL Makerspace cutting plotter (also called a vinyl cutter) is free to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff.

Here's how it works:

Step 1. Submit a request online here

Step 2. We'll reach out with any questions we have, and notify you when your project is ready for pickup.

Step 3. Completed cuts can be picked up from the Makerspace.

If you have design questions about your project, make an appointment with a Makerspace Consultant

Cutting Plotter Guidelines

Users must abide by copyright and trademark laws.

At this time, only trained Makerspace employees may operate the cutting plotter.

Our printers may not be used for mass production or commercial use.

Cutting Plotter

Graphtec FC9000 Cutting Plotter

  • Guaranteed precision cutting area: 63 in. by 32 ft.
  • Max. cross cut width: 64 in.
  • Max. cutting speed: 58.5 in. per second
  • Max. cutting force: 600g
  • User Manual