Design & Fabrication Space
Our 4,800-square-foot Design & Fabrication Space, has been built as an extension of our current Innovation Lab. This multidisciplinary space is the next natural iteration of our growing STEM program, and it will initially serve as additional, socially distanced classroom space during the 2020-2021 academic year.
This state-of-the-art lab will house a digital printing, cutting and fabrication area including 3D printers, 3D Scanner and a laser cutter, a machine shop with a manual lathe and mill and a CNC lathe and CNC mill, a well-equipped wood and composite shop, two robotics bays with computer-aided design and programming stations, a design studio for textiles and photography, and much more.
Not only will this multidisciplinary lab contain the equipment that is typically found in similar high-end labs at some select schools … this will allow our students to gain project experience and the associated learning at levels previously attainable only in college programs and labs or beyond"
- Brian P. Easler, Head of School