UVM FabLab: Equipment, Locations, Usage

Lab Leadership:
Jenn Karson, Faculty, Department of Art + Art History

Lab Description:

The UVM FabLab provides digital fabrication technology and services for UVM courses, research, faculty and students.  Additionally, the facility includes soldering stations, microcontrollers, components and hardware to support student hands-on projects. The lab is staffed daily by student employees who are in undergraduate engineering programs.

Research Use:

The lab is used for faculty, graduate and undergraduate research.

Lab Facilities: 

Votey 242 (1064 sq. ft.)
Votey 248 (559 sq. ft.)
Votey 227 (394 sq. ft.)

Major Equipment:

InstrumentMakeModelYearQuantity
3D PrinterStratasysUprint520171
3D PrinterDimensionElite20131
Laser CutterEpilogueFusion M220191
3D ScannerNextengine2020i20121
3D PrinterUltimakerS520192
Resin 3D PrinterFormlabsForm220191
3D PrinterMakerBotReplicator20182
3D PrinterMakerBotSketch20212

Courses that use the laboratory:

BME 001 – First Year Design BME Experience

BME 081 – Biomedical Engineering Lab I

BME 187/188 – Capstone Design

EE 186 – Telecommunications Lab

EE 187/188 – Capstone Design

EE 001- EE Principles and Design

EE 106 – QR:Embedded Programming in C

ME 295 – Advanced Special Topics

ME 183 – Mechanical Engineering Lab IV

ME 186/186 – Capstone Design

ENGR 195 – Special Topics

ME 001 – First-year Design Experience

ME 218 – Numerical Methods for Engineers

CE 100 – Mechanics of Materials

CE 001 – Statics

CS 292 – Senior Seminar

CS 121 – QR: Computer Organization

ARTS 195 – Independent Study

ARTS 144 – Digital Art 

ARTS 244 – Advanced Digital Art

UVM student clubs also routinely use the lab: AIAA, AERO, IEEE, Engineering World Health, UVM Innovation Fund, UVM Math Club.