The Rutgers Makerspace is a university-run workshop for students who love to learn and create. Our goal is to foster a community of students and faculty with enthusiasm for DIY projects and fabrication. To meet this goal, the Makerspace is equipped with 3D Printers, a large Laser Cutter, a Woodshop, CNC Milling and many more tools to assist in a project. Students interested in virtual fabrication also have access to the Arduinos and Raspberry Pis available at the space. Rather than just engineers and programmers, the Makerspace is open to anyone with an idea they wish to make tangible. The facility is largely run by students who are well experienced with at least two of the machines. The supervisor, Rick Anderson, has extensive experience with Arduino microcontrollers and much of his work can actually be found in the Arduino IDE.