Making @ UTA

The Hybrid Atelier
The Hybrid Atelier is located in the Engineering Research Building (ERB 282) and designed for graduate research teams working on long-term projects. It contains various 3D printers, as well as a ShopBot CNC Router.
The Hybrid Atelier is a 1300 sq. ft. research makerspace located in the Engineering Research Building (ERB232). It houses digital fabrication CNC machines for working with wood, plastics, and metals. It is also a state-of-the-art sensing and recording studio for human motion capture. It is outfitted with HCI testing equipment.
Uta fab lab
UTA Libraries Fab Lab
The UTA FabLab is a creative hub for students, faculty and staff of the University of Texas at Arlington, providing access to technologies, equipment, training, opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration, and inspirational spaces in support of invention and entrepreneurship. The FabLab is a platform for project-based, hands-on experiential learning opportunities for learners from any discipline or experience level.
CAPPA Digital Fabrication Lab
The Digital Fabrication Lab is a research facility focused on the testing and production of architectural components, modeling and simulation, and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) equipment. The lab is organized into two sections. The first section is 532sq. ft. and dedicated to small prototyping production with multiple 3D printers and laser cutters. The second half of the lab is dedicated to largeformat production and holds several piecesof CNC controlled equipment in the 908sq. ft. space. Equipment includes a routing table with a 4-axis milling spindle and a customized vacuum table.
Studio Arts Center (SAC)
The Studio Arts Center houses the following studios and is also the site of Gallery West, a student-run exhibition space.