Infinity Fab Lab
Hours and Contact
Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 10am-5pm
We are located at Infinity Hall, 978 SW 2nd Ave, on the ground floor room 117.
Setting an appointment for a meeting is the best way to ensure that we are available. This way we can discuss with you the various ways to achieve your fabrication goals. Our email is FabLabHelp@arts.ufl.edu. We do not accept file submissions via our email.
Fab Lab Calendar
- Universal and Trotec Laser Cutters
- Ultimaker 2 3D Printers
- Ultimaker 3 Dual Extrusion 3D Printer
- ZPrinter 450 Powder 3D Printer
- Eden 260V Resin 3D Printer
- Form 2 Resin 3D Printer
- OMAX Waterjet
- CNT Motion Systems 3-axis full sheet CNC Router
- 5-axis Desktop CNC Router
- DiWire CNC Wire Bender
To be a member, you must be UF Affiliated. (Student, faculty, or staff)
Lab memberships include 24/7 access to Laser cutters. Memberships require an orientation on laser cutter operation -- Contact us to schedule your orientation.
CNC/Waterjet Cutting and 3D Printer operation is available without a membership.
|Full Membership - Arts & Architecture||4 months||$120|
|Full Membership - UF||4 months||$150|
Previous full members can renew for a shorter membership at a discount.
Our fees varies by equipment type. Contact us for an estimate for your project!
Businesses and individuals not affiliated with UF should view our Professional Services page.
The fees for 3D printing depends on the printer used and size of the part. Typical prices ranges are:
|Ultimaker 2 and 3(PLA)||$3 - $30|
|Zprinter (powder)||$15 - $100|
|Form 2 (resin)||$15 - $100|
|Eden 260V (resin)||$60 - $200|
email us to set up an appointment and we will give you an accurate cost estimate.
Laser bed sizes:
- Trotec 32" x 20"
- Laser A & B 32" x 18"
- Laser C 48" x 24"
Lab members have 24/7 access to the laser cutters.
For Non-members, we can contract laser cutting jobs on a one-off basis, at $75 to $100 per hour.
- CNC bed size: 8' x 4'
- Waterjet bed size: 5' x 5'
CNC/Waterjet pricing is based on the cutting and file setup time. An example of how the pricing is calculated is by looking at the CAD (.DWG, .AI, or .3DS) file along with a description of the material (type, thickness) being cut and estimated time of the cut.