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Prototype Design Lab

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We invite you to check us out in person. Call us at 531-622-2238, or email us at to schedule a lab tour.

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Fort Omaha Campus Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology Building 24 5300 N. 30th St. Fort Omaha Campus
The Prototype Design Lab is an open-access makerspace focused on developing prototypes from initial conceptualization to final fabrication; in other words, it's a place to just make cool stuff. 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC routers, a plasma cutter and a vinyl cutter are among the many types of equipment available for use.
Whether you’re an artist, an engineer, an inventor, a business owner or just simply curious, the Prototype Design Lab can make your creative vision a reality. Technicians are available for assistance.

MCC's Prototype Design Lab Is open to the public!

image of the Prototype Design Lab interior

Current MCC credit students have free access to the lab
plus cost of materials.

The Lab is open to the public by registering below, or by calling Central Registration at 531-MCC-2400

Hours are by appointment only

Review Equipment here

Tuesday through Thursday from 10 AM to 8 PM.
Fridays from 10 AM to 6PM,
and Saturdays from 9 AM to 4 PM

Monthly Lab Membership             $25 

August 1st - Aug 31st
September 1st - September 30
October 1 -  Oct 31st 

Quarterly Lab Membership           $60

August 1st - Oct 31st 2022
September 1st - Nov 30th 2022
October 1st  -  Dec  23rd 

Semi-Annual Lab Membership    $100

August 1st - Jan 30th 2023
September 1st - Feb 28th 2023
October 1st - Mar 31t 2023


Annual Lab Membership              $200

August 1st - July 31st 2023
September 1st - August 31st 2023
October 1st - Sep 30th  2023

Upcoming Workshops


Have you taken our Lab Safety tests?


The Workforce Innovation Division is happy to work with you and your team on group or customized training that fits your specific needs. Contact our corporate training team for more information.

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