The 3D Print Lab is a space to explore the use of 3D printing in relationship to traditional ways of making, crossing disciplinary boundaries and looking to new understandings.
Located in the LeBel Building Rm 133-A, the Lab is also available to students and faculty across the university campus as a fee for service 3D print facility. The Lab features a Stratus Uprint SE 3D Printer that builds accurate, stable 3D models in ABSplus plastic. This printer is excellent for the realizing of 3D prototypes, for Product Design, Sculpture and Engineering.
Build Size: uPrint SE: 203 x 152 x 152 mm (8 x 6 x 6 in), Layer Thickness: uPrint SE: .254 mm (.010 in) Additional Equipment: Next Engine 3D Scanner, Kinects V2, Ultimaker 2 extended +, PC and Mac based computing, Rhino 5, Sketchup Pro available in the DVIL lab in Room 126 LeBel.
Lab hours by appointment.
For more information:
School of Creative Arts
LeBel Building, Room 133-A
Phone: (519) 253 – 3000 ext. 2910
Work hours available through Ignite! to work in the Digital Print Lab. Contact Rod Strickland for more information.
This facility is supported by: