Photographs of the Digital Fabrication Lab & Computing Room
The FABLab has been a continued leader among academic institutions around the world utilizing robotic automation to perform both subtractive and additive manufacturing processes. Currently, the FABLab houses six industrial robots, organized into three cooperative work cells, providing the ability to work at a wide range of material scales.
Photographs of the Ford Robotics Building
As the new hub of the U-M Robotics Institute, its first three floors hold custom U-M research labs for robots that fly, walk, roll and augment the human body—as well as classrooms, offices and makerspaces.
Photographs of the James and Anne Duderstadt Center
From the beginning, the DC has provided open access for anyone in the U-M community to the newest generations of information technology and digital media tools, expert support, and collaborative spaces for research and creative work.