The Langford MakerPlace is an open-use and general working area meant for students, faculty and staff. 

The MakerPlace is a place for creatively making a project of almost any kind. We provide 3D printing services and equipment, including:

  • Large roller paper cutter
  • Heavy-duty material cutter (will cut things such as canvas, foamboard, cardboard, etc.)
  • Workbenches with non-power tools 

Langford A Room 107B

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Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.


The 3D printer makerbots located in the MakerPlace
The MakerSpace team reviews file submmissions and creats projects using a 3D printer for student pickup.
The entrance to the MakerPlace
The MakerSpace allows students to bring their projects to life through 3D printing services.

3D Printing

We provide 3D printing services available for use by students, faculty, and the general public. The pricing is based on the type of material used and print time; a discount is offered to College of Architecture students. Printing will begin after you have completed payment for the project.

How to make a 3D print

  • Step 1: Submit your file if you are on the campus network or are on the campus VPN, or email your STL file(s) to
  • Step 2: The team will process your file(s) and send a preview along with a price estimate
  • Step 3: An invoice and payment instructions will be emailed to you. Once your payment has been confirmed, your print will be started (between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday)
  • Step 4: You will be emailed when your print is finished and ready for pickup

Our Team

Tom George, MakerPlace Supervisor
Texas A&M University, College of Architecture
3137 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843-3137

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Thomas George

MakerPlace Supervisor

979.847.7340 Email Thomas George