Center for Spatial Implementations

The Center for Spatial Implementations

The Center for Spatial Realizations at FUD is an interdisciplinary specialized facility for the realization of three-dimensional art projects.

Its main purpose is to assist students in creating their school works from standard materials (such as wood, metal, stone, plastic, plaster, etc.) or to produce models based on computer data (using a 3D printer or CNC milling machine).

The center consists of several specialized workshops, including a Small Metal Workshop (014), Forge (026), Stone Working Studio (027), Carpentry Workshop (028), Plaster Workshop (010), Plastic Working Studio (031), CNC Milling Room (0007), and a Material Workshop and Storage (separate building next to the main FUD building).

Within these spaces, students are enabled to execute their projects with the assistance of a specialist and appropriate technological equipment. Students must be familiarized with safety regulations before commencing work.

These individual spaces offer students a wide range of possibilities for material processing. In the metal workshops, various metals can be machined both mechanically and manually, welded, and soldered.

The carpentry workshop provides a range of electric tools for wood processing as well as wood-based boards. In the stone working studio, students have access to a tabletop diamond saw, sandblasting booth, and hand tools for stone processing. The plaster workshop is used for producing various casts and molds, not only from plaster but also from materials like concrete or epoxy. A specialized workshop is available for bending, cutting, and shaping plastic materials.

Students can also realize their projects using modern technologies like a 3D printer or CNC milling machine. These devices use computer data directly for the realization of the work.