The wood workshop comprises of two rooms with ample work space and a range of both fixed machines, hand tools and power tools that facilitate student making from a range of disciplines and needs. They are closely connected to the High Risk wood workshop which has a vertical panel saw for accurate dimensioning of sheet wood as well as a large Computer Numerical Control router, table router and table saw.
The Wood workshop is part of the 3D:Make workshops, which incorporates the Wood, Metal, General and Open Access Space on the first floor as well as the Wood and Metal workshops on the ground floor.
The workshop is focused around making for design driven student working to course briefs or as individuals. It is equipped to support students in a variety of processes, including drilling, sanding, cutting and shaping as well as providing more specialised equipment such as wood lathes, overhead router, planer/thicknesser and table saw.
- Pillar drills
- Table saw
- Overhead router
Attention current students
To find key information and guidance for you to make the most of this workshop - visit the Moodle web page (you'll need to use your UAL email to log in).