Fetlab Facilities

The Future Everyday Technology Research Lab is located in a 930-square foot facility in the Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences. The lab is used for both teaching (see our director’s page for a list of currently-taught courses) and research.

The FETLab is equipped with a variety of fabrication and research equipment, including a Universal laser cutter, multiple 3D printers, an electronics prototyping area, three sewing machines, a small-scale CNC router, and many and various hand tools.

The lab also features a “café” area with fridge, microwave, TV, Super Nintendo, couches, and a Spotify-linked wireless speaker.

Overviews of the lab. The main entrance is to the lower right.

A view of the café area from the door.

Another view of the café area.

The electronics prototyping area.

The enclosed machinery area with laser cutter, 3D printers, and various bits and parts.

A view from the corner of the room.

The outside of the lab, with four-foot logo!