ASU Chandler Innovation Center (ACIC) + Hub249 Makerspace
The ASU Chandler Innovation Center (ACIC) is an innovative partnership between the City of Chandler and Arizona State University established in November of 2013. Located in the heart of Downtown Chandler, ACIC pairs startup-centric programming and resources with a one-of-a-kind workspace.
ACIC offers a variety of classrooms, a conference room, and an ample collaborative workspace designed to foster a creative environment for innovative, entrepreneurial, community-based programming and projects, available through reservation. Reservation priority is given to events supporting entrepreneurial initiatives, which fit the nature of Edson E+I and its ASU Chandler Innovation Center event/classroom spaces.
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ACIC houses the Hub249 Makerspace with tools, equipment, design software, and classes.
For general inquiries, please call 480-884-0300 or email Info.ACIC@asu.edu
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
What is ACIC’s Hub249 makerspace?
Hub249 a membership-based, do-it-yourself makerspace with tools, equipment, design software and classes available to the greater community as well as ASU faculty, staff and students.
What training is required to enter Hub249?
The Hub249 required safety training is a class-based training that allows access to the main corridor of the makerspace.
What is the cost of Hub249 training?
Hub249 required safety training is free of cost to members. Optional workshops on software or the craft of using certain equipment are available as a paid-for event series.
Does Hub249 provide storage for projects, material and equipment?
Hub249 is a carry-in, carry-out makerspace. Small lockers are available for up to two weeks at $30 per week.
What design software is available in Hub249?
Corel, VCarve and Solidworks are all currently available for members.
Are Hub249 members allowed to bring in their own tools and equipment for projects?
Yes, Hub249 allows its members to bring their own tooling and equipment once it is properly labeled, inspected and approved by a Hub249 staff member.
Does ACIC allow for materials and supplies to be delivered to the facility?
ACIC does not accept deliveries of any kind.
How do I get in contact with the Hub249 team?