Digital Fabrication Lab

Woodbury School of Architecture has a Digital Fabrication Lab on each campus. The L.A. lab houses a 4'x8' CNC mill, 4 laser cutters, 1 powder 3D printer and 2 plastic (ABS/PLA/PVA) 3d Printers. The San Diego Lab houses a 5'x8' CNC mill, laser cutter and 2 plastic 3D printers in a open working forum setting. Students learn to computer model and generate code for these advanced manufacturing and production technologies, introducing and interjecting innovative processes into their digital design workflows. The Fab Lab allows students to rapidly work into multiple scales from the small part precision of the 3D printers to the large bed of the CNC mill capable of producing full-scale building components, encouraging an exploration and experimentation with a wide range of scales and materials.

Visit Digital Fabrication Labs website to make an appointment to use the equipment.