Contemporary Sculpture Studio:
The sculpture studio located on the 1st floor of the Fred Jones Art Center is equipped for a variety of construction needs. It includes 2 main indoor workspaces and an outdoor covered workspace with a foundry, loading access & 1 ton rolling gantry crane. The studio also houses a 4860 Shopsabre CNC router table and a Shopsabre CNC plasma cutting table. The sculpture tool room is equipped with a variety of essential hand & power tools including various pneumatic tools. The studio also provides numerous safety items including eye protection, gloves, hearing protection and specific protective clothing. A limited number for undergraduate studio spaces are available for exceptional majors. The studio is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for enrolled students. Every student enrolled in a sculpture course is required to download and review the Equipment & Safety Manual as part of their safety orientation used during in-class demonstrations.
Students also utilize the SoVA Digital Fab Lab on the fourth floor for courses and projects. The lab is dedicated to digital fabrication and scanning technologies. The lab is well equipped for all means of digital fabrication including 3d printing in ceramic.
The lab includes the following technologies:
> Dell PC workstations running FormZ and Autodesk Fusion for CAD along with CorelDraw and Illustrator for vector files.
> Epilog Fusion Pro laser cutter
> Epilog Fusion laset cutter
> Form3 SLA resin printer
> Peopoly Phenom L resin printer
> Potterbot 7 Pro ceramic 3d printer
>WASP 2040 turbo delta 3d printer (FDM and clay extrusion capable)
>Ultimaker 3+ extended 3d printer
>Ultimaker 2+ extended 3d printer
> Gcreate Gmax Pro 2 large format 3d printer
> Vivedino Raptor 2 large format 3d printer
>R3D Deadalus Railcore 3d printers