The Delft Makerspace community consists of both small and large companies, artists, hobbyists, enthusiasts and entrepreneurs. These community members share the space and together with our supervisors are the basis of our skills and knowledge-sharing network.
Outside the workspace, our community also networks and bonds via Slack online and at Makerspace events. Want to join?
Revolv Space is developing innovative power and control systems for small satellites using the Makerspace electronics workbench.
TuanDjeems makes artisan mind-bending wooden puzzles. They used laser cutting to produce intricate parts, both flexible and rigid, out of wood and plastic.
Reefy is a startup developing the world's first stable artificial reef that can protect the coast as a breakwater. They built their first prototype using the Makerspace facilities.
Shore Systems is developing a drone with extended hover endurance and cruise range, enabling drone operators to inspect industrial assets remotely.
Antonio is developing sustainble, artisan furniture combining upcycled scrap wood and parametrically designed 3d-printed joints to make entirely unique pieces.
Slopend produced colorful LED lamps using laser cutting and etching, to be given as gifts for graduating members of their student society.
Barrie Soaps develops soap bars produced from sustainable materials. They used 3d printing to test many designs of the mold, resulting in less plastic waste.
Stylos, the TU Delft architecture study association, used the Makerspace workshop to build the set for BK Beats, the largest faculty party in the Netherlands.
TU Delft Faculty of Aerospace Engineering students carried out the 3d-printing of a model of their all-electric commuter aircraft. designed for a bachelor's degree design synthesis exercise.
Simon used the Makerspace to prototype a device to monitor the effects of of scoliosis braces on the wearer.
We are always excited to hear about projects that people are passionate about! If you would benefit from our workspace, we'd love to hear from you.