Output Submissions

Makerspace Output Submission Forms

These are the submission forms for having Makerspace output your file for the: laser, vinyl cutter, CNC router, 2d printers & 3d printers.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Don at dgillard@langara.ca

Outputs For Class Projects

If you are a student in a course, use this form to have Makerspace output your file.

Allow up to 2 weeks for completion of output.

Outputs For Personal Projects

If you want a personal project output by Makerspace, and are a student, staff or faculty of Langara College, use this form.

All class projects will take priority over personal projects.

How To Create Your Files For Makerspace Output

These are How-To guides for creating and preparing your files for output by Makerspace.

Compress Your Files For Upload

How To Zip Compress Your files for uploading to Makerspace.
Guide – How To PDF Guide >
Software – Free Zip Compress software for older Windows 7Zip >

File Prep For 3D Printers

How To prepare your file for output on the Makerspace 3D Printer. Please note, the MAXIMUM print time is 7 hours
Guide – How To Guide v2>
Video – How To Video v2 >
Software – You will require this Free Tinkerine Suite Software >
Video – How to remove the Supports from your finished print.  Video >

File Prep For The 17" - 2D Printer

How To prepare your file to print on the Epson Pro4900 17″ printer.
Guide – How To Guide (v5) >
Video – How To Video (v4) >
Video – Colour Modes >

File Prep For the 44" - 2D Printer

How To prepare your file to print on the Epson SP9880 44″ printer.
Guide – How To Guide (v5) >
Video – How To Video (v4) >
Video – Colour Modes > 

File Prep For The Laser Cutter

How To prepare your file for output on the Makerspace Trotec Laser.
Guide – How To Guide (v2) >
Video – How To Video >

Vinyl Cutter File Prep

How To prepare your file for output on the Makerspace Vinyl Cutter.
Guide – How To Guide (v3) >
Video – How To Video >

Operation The CNC & Software

How To prepare your file for operate the Makerspace CNC.
Guide – (See pages 1 to 5) – Processing Your file in Vcarve >
Guide – (See page 6)- Operating the CNC with Mach3 >

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