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The Fabrication Labs include the DOL, 3D Print Lab, Millhaus, the Woodshop, and the Robot Lab. 

The Fabrication Labs provides students with opportunities to enrich their three-dimensional design explorations while developing their education in fabrication technologies. Please see the menu below to submit a plot job, 3D print job, schedule laser cutting time, or schedule a consultation with our CNC Lab. 

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Universal Robot Arm with a pen attachment next to a piece of wood thats been drawn on.

The Robot Lab includes our 6-axis Universal Robot 5e (Urie) and Artec 3D scanner. RoboDK provides students with a direct connection to the robot to work on their research and fabrication projects. 

View of the digital output lab with our large scale plotter and laser cutters.

The Digital Output Lab (DOL), located in 104 Richardson Memorial Hall, is a student-run and managed digital fabrication and production center. It is equipped with three 18”×32” Universal Systems laser cutters, a PageWide 5000 XL printing and scanning center and a HP DesignJet Z3200 fine art printer.  

View of the Woodshop. This long room has assembly tables in the foreground on the left. Bandsaws and sanding equipment is on the right.

 Located on the ground floor of Richardson Memorial Hall, the Architecture Shop enables students to work in wood, metal, concrete and various other materials. The Shop is open weekdays, weekends and some evenings. Students are encouraged to use the Architecture Shop for academic assignments and other projects.

View of the 3D Print Lab. Our new Formlabs Form3 resin printers are in the foreground with our Ultimaker plastic 3D printers are in the background

The 3D print lab is located in Richardson Memorial Hall, room 131B Students have the opportunity to work with multiple types of 3D printing technology. It is equipped with three Form 3 resin printers, ten Ultimaker 3 and two Ultimaker s5 printers, and one Projet powder printer.

View of Millhaus our CNC Lab from the mezzanine. A model of the architecture school entryway produced by grad students in Adam Modesitts studio sits on the cutting bed.

Millhaus, Tulane School of Architecture's CNC Lab, is located in the Science and Engineering Complex off of Engineering Road. It is run by architecture students and is equipped with a 4'x8' Multicam series 3000 CNC machine.

Fabrication Lab Schedules. Use the arrow in the top right to turn off and on each lab schedule.