Turning Ideas into Reality

Makerspace is designed to help staff and students embrace the makers’ culture, and to add value to both academic and non-academic activities.

It aims to support innovation and entrepreneurship-related activities by allowing users to build new skill sets in areas they are unfamiliar with. Workshops and short courses are also available for individuals who seek in-depth knowledge in a particular field.




Well-equipped photobooth lets you perform photo shoots and product shoots for your brochure and catalogues.


Mechanical Workshop

Thinking of fabricating everyday items with a personal touch? Experience it yourself with the our wide array of tools.


Laser Cutting

Learn to cut intricate designs in items made of acrylic, wood or fabric using our laser cutting equipment. 


Heat Transfer Printing

Want to print your own t-shirts? Experiment with heat transfer printing with our cutting-edge equipment .

3D Printer

3D Printing

Create your own 3D objects from complex digital models and learn more about 3D printing.


Fabric Work

Love sewing and working with fabrics? Visit us to start honing your skills.


Electronic Workbench

If building, designing and analysing electrical circuits is your thing, visit us and experience it first-hand.


Leather Craft

Transform leather into crafts, personalised items or works of art using leather shaping techniques.

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Unleash your creativity and turn your ideas into reality.




What to expect at Makerspace

Specialised equipment, carefully crafted workshops, and short courses that enhance the skill sets of students and staff are available. These skill set areas include sewing, heat transfer printing, 3D printing, digital fabrication, embedded system programming and many more.

Students and staff can sign up for Makerspace workshops using the RP Connect mobile app.

For booking of facilities, please refer to this link for guidance.

Using Makerspace

Only Republic Polytechnic students, staff and start-ups can access Makerspace. Members of public must register for selected Continuing Education & Training (CET) courses to use the facility. 

For more information about CET courses, please contact Republic Polytechnic Academy for Continuing Education (ACE) to find out more on these courses.