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Digital Fabrication Lab

In the Digital Fabrication Lab, a student works on a design using a laser cutting machine, which is connected to a computer monitor.

With an advanced collection of the latest tools and technologies, the Digital Fabrication Lab supports your creations in the range of three-dimensional design, scale model making and rapid prototyping. Open to second, third, fourth-year and graduate students, you will gain experience using cutting-edge equipment like laser-cutting systems, 3D printers and vacuum formers, which enables you to create three-dimensional geometries using thermoplastic materials. In addition to supporting DAS classes, the lab is also used for the many co-curricular activities that students undertake, as well as Scholarly, Research and Creative projects.

 325 Church St. ARC-116

    Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.