Electrospinning is a popular process for fabricating submicron diameter gibers. The process applies a strong electric gield to launch a polymer jet that elongates to create the gine gibers. The jet dries as the solvent evaporates and the dried giber collects on a grounded surface. Most of electrospinning literatures focus the polymer solution compositions and the properties of the produced gibers. Less attention is applied to the electrostatic gield geometries and operating conditions. Through computer simulations and laboratory experiments thiswork shows that by applying the grounded voltage to different regions of the collector surface, the electric gield can be moved spatially to direct the electrospinning jets towards select locations of the grounded surface.