The fabrications laboratory supports students and faculty in the exploration and investigation of material research including wood, metals, plastics and concrete. The 2400-square-foot fabrications laboratory plays an integral role in student work and faculty research, supporting experimentation with materials and fabrication.
The school is equipped with state of the art computer controlled (CNC) machines, including two laser cutters, a 3-axis CNC router, 3-D scanner and an ABS plastic 3D printer. The lab is overseen by the Director, and is staffed by the Coordinator and Graduate Assistants, who instruct and guide students in the use of the equipment.
Laser cutting with Adobe Illustrator
Laser cutting with AutoCAD