Luddy Fabrication Lab

The Luddy Fabrication Lab is where ISE students spend most of their time while working on projects. The Fabrication Lab is located on the top floor of Luddy Hall in room 4010, and is used as a teaching space. For classes utilizing the space, students learn about the principles of design and how to utilize fabrication tools. 

This lab is home to two large laser cutters, two FDM 3D printers, two SLA 3D printers, and a variety of hand and power tools. These tools are available to students for school and personal projects.

Available Equipment

Machines:

  • Laser Cutters
    • Trotec Speedy 360
    • Trotec Speedy 400
  • 3D Printer FDM
    • Ultimaker 2+
    • Ultimaker 2+ Extended
  • 3D Printer SLA
    • Formlabs Form 2
  • Hydro Cutter:
    • Protomax Waterjet

Hand Tools:

  • Saws
  • Soldering Stations
  • Hot Glue Guns
  • Hammers
  • Clamps

Location

Luddy Fabrication Lab is located in Luddy Hall in room 4010.

Usual Hours of Operation

All Makerspace locations will be closed to the public over the summer. The Luddy Makerspaces will, however, continue support for research activities. If you have questions about our summer operations or need assistance you can contact our team via makehelp@indiana.edu.

The Luddy Fabrication Lab observes all IU holidays.