An incubator for ideas and a place to engage people’s imaginations, the UVM FabLab makes rapid-prototyping tools available to UVM students and faculty. The lab provides the opportunity for interaction in developing and testing innovative products and designs. We encourage projects that support research, innovation and creativity, and student work that is supported by coursework and professors.
We provide digital fabrication technology and services for UVM courses, research, faculty and students. Additionally the facility includes soldering stations and microcontrollers to support student hands-on projects. The lab is staffed daily by student employees who are in undergraduate engineering programs.
The UVM FabLab is funded by the Dean’s Office of the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences.
For CEMS and Studio Art Students:
- Uprint PLA filament
You’ll have to fill in your contact information and some details about the part you are printing, for example:
Which machine is needed for your project?
Is this for a class or SEED project?
Are there any special instructions for making this part?
Email the file to us at email@example.com.
In your email with the attached file, please include:
- First & Last name
- Email address
- NetID (not the 95#)
- Class number (ex. ARTS 144)
- Instructor last name
For CEMS Faculty:
Please review our SOP for Class Assignments for guidelines on how to work with the FabLab and the machines we have available. We would love to present to your class! To arrange a class presentation covering how to work with the FabLab and the resources we have available, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For UVM Students and Faculty outside of CEMS and Studio Art:
Please send a note with a description of your project to email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Equipment on site includes:
- CAD/CAM software
- 3D Printing
- Laser Cutting and Engraving
- Solder Station and sewing machine (closed during the pandemic)