The Department of Art and Art History offers a number of digital fabrication tools including a CNC router, CNC plasma cutter, laser cutter, vinyl cutter, and 3D printer. These resources are available to all AAH students for coursework, as well as faculty and staff for research projects.

Because of the diverse range of materials and processes available, students are encouraged to use these resources in creative ways, combining different processes and mediums to push the limits of their ideas. Digital fabrication methods can save students time, and also open up new worlds of possibilities for their work and creative processes.

In order to access these resources, students must be currently enrolled in an AAH class and must take the safety orientation for the shop the machinery is located in. The Woodshop orientation covers everything except the CNC plasma cutter, which is located in the Metal Shop.

Woodshop: VAC 271; Metal Shop: VAC 290

AAH Digital Fabrication Machinery & Equipment include:
Baleigh PT-22 2x2’
CNC table with Cutmaster A80 Plasma cutter (3/4”)
Thermwood Model 40 5x5’
CNC router with vacuum table
Ultimaker 2 3D printer
Epilog Fusion 40 75W laser cutter
Graphtec CE6000 48”
Vinyl cutter/plotter
Structure sensor 3D scanner


William Rumley
Shop Supervisor/ Building Proctor
Office phone (303)492-6419
Office 271

Evan Blackstock