The Fabrication Lab is IMA’s digital manufacturing working space where students can realize their ideas. Utilizing cutting-edge technologies such as 3D printing and laser cutting, students are able to interface their ideas between the digital and physical world.
The Fab Lab is Equipped with a large set of tools that complies with open innovation concept developed by MIT in the United States. Available for use are seven 3D printers, a laser cutter/engraver that works with many types of material, a professional-grade 3D scanner for detailed digital modeling, a wood CNC router for constructing furniture and large structures, a CNC milling machine for precision parts, a PCB router for rapid circuit prototyping, electronic workbenches, five sewing machines, an embroidery machines, a vinyl cutters and a large array of hand tools.
Fabrication Lab equipment
Epilog Helix 75W - Laser cutter for 2D/3D design and fabrication, cutting size 24x18 inch (600x450 mm).
Ultimaker S5 - High quality multi-material rapid prototyping, print volume 330 x 240 x 300 mm.
Lulzbot Mini - 3D printer for rapid prototyping, print volume 150 x 150 x 150 mm.
Lulzbot TAZ 5 - Large 3D printer for rapid prototyping, print volume 300 x 275 x 250 mm.
JGAurora - Large 3D printer for rapid prototyping, print volume 305 x 305 x 320 mm.
Up Plus2 - 3D printer for rapid prototyping, print volume 140 x 140 x 135 mm.
Shapeoko XXL - CNC wood routing machine for furniture and large structures, max capacity 800 x 800 x 40 mm.
Roland MDX-40A - High precision milling machine, max capacity 300 x 300 x 100 mm.
LPKF ProtoMat S43 - High precision PCB milling machine, max capacity 229 x 305 mm.
Singer Futura XL-580 - Sewing, quilting and embroidery machine, hoop size 254 x 152 mm.
Singer Tradition 2277 - Sewing, quilting and embroidery machine, hoop size 254 x 152 mm.
Brother ScanNCut CM110 - Vinyl cutter, max cutting size 300 x 600 mm.
Einscan Pro 2X - Handheld 3D scanner