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The Advanced Production Lab is a meeting place for experimental fabrication techniques–from 3D-scanning for virtual reality to laser engraving on sandwiches, we’re always up to something special here.

The APL utilizes digital technologies to support students in their creative practices. Studio Managers and Monitors are available to assist students with a range of projects involving fine art digital printing, 3D scanning and printing, laser cutting and engraving, and vinyl cutting.


2D Laser Printing
HP Color Laserjet CP5225

We offer color laser prints on plain paper in two sizes: 8.5x11” and 11x17”. Laser printing is an inexpensive alternative to Inkjet printing and works well for sketches, posters, documents, and zines.

2D Inkjet Printing
Epson Surecolor P800 / Epson Stylus Pro 11880

Our Inkjet Epson printers can print on a variety of papers up to 60" wide. You can select photographic papers and rag papers for making final prints, or light-weight drafting paper for experimenting with scale and developing ideas.

3D Printing
Formlabs Form 2

Form 2 SLA (Stereolithography) printers allow for high resolution production of 3D prints. You can work with a variety of resin types and modelling processes to generate creative works. Maximum build size is 6x6x6.9”.

Laser Cutting
Epilog Fusion M2

This large format laser cutter can cut, engrave, or raster into a large variety of materials including acrylics, leather, paper, fabrics, and wood. Maximum cutting size of 40x28".

Vinyl Cutting
Roland Camm-1 GR-420 Vinyl Cutter

Our professional grade vinyl cutter can cut adhesive vinyl, twill, and associated materials up to 42" in width. This adhesive vinyl can be used to generate stickers, wall text, and even heat press decals for garments or related creative projects.

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