Student working with a 3D printer

To support interdisciplinary research and learning, Co-Works offers a shared space for pursuing projects that require especially advanced tools and technology. Students and faculty from various disciplines make use of the facility’s high-end equipment for material exploration and experimentation, and often find inspiration by following unexpected paths and engaging in new collaborations.

Advanced technology for creative experimentation

Students in all disciplines make use of a wide range of advanced equipment available at Co-Works for 3D printing, 3D scanning, CNC routing, laser cutting, vacuum forming, machine embroidery and knitting, and more.

This state-of-the-art fabrication lab also hosts seminars, studio courses and special research projects undertaken by faculty and graduate students.

Created to support and enhance cross-disciplinary learning, Co-Works is an ideal space for deep exploration of concepts and topics unencumbered by departmental boundaries.