The A² Fab Lab is a digital fabrication lab with the tools to help you mediate between digital and physical design and creation processes. The technologies housed here include two laser cutters, three 3D printers, a 3D scanner and one 3-axis CNC router.
A² comes from the collaboration of the two schools which formed the lab, the College of Design, Construction and Planning's School of Architecture and the College of Fine Art's School of Art and Art History. However, as of Fall 2012, the lab is open to the ALL at the University of Florida! We welcome artists, architects, engineers, makers, medical researchers, entrepreneurs, and curious creatives.
Explore new ways of thinking and making. Join us at the UF A² Fab Lab.
Fab Lab Coordinator: Mathew Chandler
For questions & comments: email us
F.L. Graduate Assistant: Samuel Lopez
F.L. Intern: Caleb Sjoquist
Architecture: Lee-Su Huang
Art: Jack Stenner
Due to fees already paid by Arts and Architecture students that help support the lab, the Arts or Architecture rate remains at $110, and 3D-Only for $40.
Access fees go toward the repair and maintenance of these tools hard at work. It also supports the people who staff the lab, for help when you need it. Lastly, it goes towards advancing the lab's technologies to make an ever-growing array of digital fabrication tools available to you!