Computer Aided-Design/Drafting: Lab Facilities
The computer-aided design/drafting labs are located in the Eberly Science and Technology Center (EBE) and Helsel Hall (HSL).
- Dr. Jay D. Helsel CADD/Drafting Lab (HSL 141) has more than 35 state-of-the-art computer workstations with the latest versions of the Autodesk Design Academy and related software, where students develop fundamentals of sketching, drafting and design skills.
- CADD Lab (EBE 155) features 27 Windows NT© networked PCs used for instruction in AutoCAD, Inventor, Revit and related software used for engineering design, solid modeling and engineering analysis. An HP LaserJet© printer is used for A- and B-size drawings, while an HP Draftmaster© pen plotter can create drawings up to D-size. A Stratasys Dimension BST 3D printer is available for rapid prototyping, using STL files to create precise deposition prototypes in ABS plastic.
Learn more about our CADD laboratory facilities (.pdf).