The Fabrication Labs at Tulane School of Architecture provide students with opportunities to enrich their three-dimensional design explorations while developing their education in fabrication technologies.
The Fabrication Labs include the Print Lab, Millhaus, the Woodshop, and the Robot Lab. 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.
Before you submit a job to the Fabrication Labs see the submission guides below!
If you're paying with an IT form please bring a copy with you.
If you're paying with a check please make it out to Tulane School of Architecture.
Manuals, Resources, & Tutorials
- Fall 2021 Lab Schedules (Use the arrow in the top right to see each schedule) (Calendar, text)
- Plot Submission Guidelines (PDF, text)
- Non-Architecture Plot Sizing and Submission Guide (PDF, text)
- Laser Cutting Guide / Rhino & DWG Templates
- Laser Cutting Training Site
- Digital Technology Guide - Software, Wifi, PHAROS, & Printing (Folder, text)
- DOL Payment - IT Instructions (PDF, text)
- PHAROS Drivers - PC/Mac
- Millhaus Submission Guidelines (text)
- 3D Printing Guidelines (PDF, text)
- Pencils Down Schedule
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The Print Lab, located in Newcomb Quad 1, is a student-run and managed digital fabrication and production center. Plotting resources include a PageWide 5000 XL printer and scanner and an HP DesignJet Z3200 fine art printer. Students have the opportunity to work with multiple types of 3D printing technology. The Lab is equipped with three Form 3 resin printers, ten Ultimaker 3, and two Ultimaker s5 printers.
Located in the McWilliams Scene Shop, the Architecture Shop enables students to work in wood, metal, concrete and various other materials. The Shop is open weekdays, from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm. Students are encouraged to use the Architecture Shop for academic assignments and other projects.
Millhaus, our CNC Lab, is located within the Science and Engineering Makerspace. Students have access to a 4'x8' Multicam CNC router.
Note: There is scaffolding along the walkway to Millhaus as the Engineering Complex is undergoing a renovation.
The laser lab is located in the McWilliams Scene Shop. It is equipped with three 18”×32” Universal Systems laser cutters and a Fletcher paper cutter.
Note: The space for the laser cutters will be set up in the next couple of weeks. If you need to laser cut before then, please go to Makerspace.
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.
See below for some generative design projects using Urie