Nanoscale Instrumented Indentation Testing (IIT) is a material characterization technique that is used to determine mechanical properties. The size effects present at this scale make it difficult to expand findings to a bulk scale. Modeling can be used to bridge this gap and better understand nanoscale IIT and the size effect. The current capabilities of MOOSE and Marmot are used to produce two accessible and reproducible IIT models for this purpose. Two indentation tips are simulated to match collected experimental data. This work finds that the Berkovich tip simulations underpredict experimental force versus displacement data by an order of magnitude. While fine-grain alpha uranium parameterized spherical indentation simulations result in over-prediction of experimental force versus displacement curves by roughly 25%. Informed future work is discussed and suggested for the improvement of these models and their accuracy.