The Fabrication Lab (Fab Lab) enables students and faculty members to construct digital and physical three-dimensional scale models of urban sites, landscapes, buildings, and building components. The Fablab consists of two shop spaces: one space is principally devoted to fabrication of model components in a range of materials (woods, plastics, and composites like MDF) using both traditionally analog and digital CNC shop equipment; the second space utilizes rapid prototyping equipment including 3D printers and laser cutters to complement the full scope of industry standard fabrication capabilities.
Contact David Atwater, email@example.com, for questions about the Fabrication Lab.
Digital Fabrication Lab (FAB LAB)
Location: Architecture Building, Room 0107
Opens 24/7 hours (Card access ONLY)
- Two laser cutters - see the model shop for use
- Four Makerbot Replicator+
- One Makerbot Z18 large format 3D printer
The FabLab offers 1-hour training sessions on the Laser cutters and 3D Printers (30 minutes for each) throughout the semester.These training sessions are open to all students School-wide. Each training session provides an overview of the equipment resources and hands-on demonstration of how to print, and cut.
Training for laser cutters and 3D printing is mandatory in order to gain access to the Fabrication Lab.