Jacobs Hall is home to a wide variety of spaces and tools for prototyping and fabrication, enabling users to move through complete design processes — from initial sketch to refined prototype. A Maker Pass, open to faculty, students, and staff regardless of previous experience, grants semesterly access and safety training.
The metal shop is located on the basement level and contains a waterjet cutter and a range of tools for work with metal.
The visualization lab (v-lab) is located on the basement level and has equipment for virtual/augmented reality projects, high-resolution 3D scanning, and photo production.
The CAD/CAM lab is located on the basement level and offers a range of software for modeling and design.
The design lounge is located on the basement level and is a space for project work, meetings and student events, and workshops.
The all-purpose makerspaces in studios 110 and 120 contain laser-cutters, basic 3D printers, hand tools, wood fabrication equipment, and more.
The electronics lab is located in room 210C and contains soldering irons, oscilloscopes, multi-meters, and more.
The AV production lab is located in room 220C and contains resources for instructor and general use, such as a scanner and photo backdrop.
The advanced prototyping lab is located in room 332 and contains high-end 3D printers.