Digital Fabrication Badge
Digital Fabrication Badge introduces users to Laser Cutting and 3D Printing.
Learn practical Digital Fabrication skills in this 90 minute group badge training session designed for students studying within the Faculty of Arts, Design and Architecture.
For students within other faculties (e.g. Engineering) please head to the following page here for training and access to machines.
Once you have learnt this badge you will be granted access to the following machines:
- Composites 3D Printer
- Laser Cutter (Flexx 360)
- Laser Cutter (Speedy 300)
- Laser Cutter (Speedy 360)
- Laser Cutter (Speedy 400)
- Laser Cutter (Speedy 500)
- PLA 3D Printers (DELTA WASP)
- PLA 3D Printers (Prusa MK3)
- PLA 3D Printers (Ultimaker)
- Resin 3D Printers
Please read the Safe Work Procedures document at the link below. You will be asked to enter your zID and zPass to access the document. Click the "Declare As Read" button on the SafeSys website (Warning website for Safesys is very slow), then check the declaration below on this page and press Submit.Click here to Read
You will need to follow the link to the Laser Cutting Learn page where you will find information about using the laser cutters at UNSW, please read this thoroughly and save it as a reference for future.Click here to Read
Duration: 1.5 hours. Users will learn the processes for both laser cutting and 3D printing.
- Closed shoes must be worn and long hair must be tied back
- Please arrive 10 minutes before the session start time, if you arrive late you will be asked to come back at another session.
- Our Dig Fab Badge training is highly sought after and very limited. If you can not make the class, please make sure to cancel your registration so others can take your place.
- Please note: Minimum 6 people per class, maximum 12. If the minimum is not reached, the course in that time slot will be cancelled and you will need to reschedule.