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The Department of Art and Art History’s Digital Fabrication Lab houses the newest means of computer visualization and fabrication. Lab resources include¬†3D modeling software, multiple 3D scanners, a vinyl cutter, a laser cutter, two CNC milling machines that carve a variety of materials from scanned or modeled data, and three 3d printers that additively create objects.¬†Art and Art History students use the lab to create a range of class projects and faculty utilize the lab to supplement their existing studio practice and research.

 

SOFTWARE

  • Rhino 3D
  • Autodesk Suite
  • Geomagic Studio
  • Agisoft PhotoScan

3D SCANNERS

  • Creaform Go!Scan Handheld 3D Scanner
  • Next Engine Desktop 3D Scanner
  • 3D Systems Sense 3D Scanner

3D PRINTERS

  • 3D Systems ProJet 460Plus 3D Color Printer
  • 3D Systems ProJet 1200 3D Printer (SLA)
  • Dimension Elite 3D Printer (FDM)
  • GigaBot 2.0 (FDM)
  • Lulzbot TAZ 6 (FDM)
  • Lulzbot Mini (FDM)

ROUTING / MILLING MACHINES

  • Roland MDX 540 4-axis CNC Milling Machine
  • ShopBot PRS Alpha CNC Router (48″ x 96″ x 12″ cutting area)

CUTTING MACHINES

  • 2 Universal PLS 6.150D Laser Cutters (one rotary attachment)
  • Roland GX-300 Vinyl Cutter

Dept. of Art and Art History