Access to FABLAB equipment   

Access to FABLAB equipment requires orientation and training, both of which are offered on a regular schedule as posted by FABLAB staff.  Once this training is successfully completed and documented, users are allowed to schedule time on equipment during open hours.  Students enrolled in UW-Stout courses held in collaboration with the FABLAB will have preferred status during their scheduled class time. 

Materials consumed while working on FABLAB equipment are the responsibility of the user, however a small inventory is 
available for purchase in the FABLAB and will be charged to the student's account.  Estimated costs of material for the 3-D printer will be provided by FABLAB staff when presented with a user's preferred design.


FABLAB Equipment

uPrint 3D Printer 
  • 3D printer allows you to print professional 3D models from your 3D CAD files, using Fused Deposition Modeling technology.
Epilog Laser Engraver 
  • The engraver allows you tocut and engrave a variety of materials with precision.
Roland Mini - Mill
  • All-in-one scanning and milling device, perfect for a variety of product design tasks.  
  • It is transformed into a 3D scanner for scanning 3D objects and creating 3D data.  
 ShopBot (4' X 8' ft CNC Router)
  •  For precise machining of materials for the fabrication of prototype structures and other application
Roland Sign Cutter
  • Servo Desktop Vinyl Cutter
  • Cutting Speed: up to 20 inches per second
  • Power: 250 Grams Down Force
  • Vehicle graphics, signs, decals, labels, stencils and even pinstriping always come out looking crisp and clean. For more info:

cnc plasma
 CNC Plasma
  • Cutting sheets of metal or conducted materials using plasma cutting process
  • 4ft x 4ft cutting area, 3/8 steel effectively 
  • only machine in lab to cut materials other than wood or plastic 

Contact Information

 Randy Hulke, Director


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FABLAB Opportunities

 It is possible to "make almost anything" in the FABLAB