Digital Workspace

Isabelle Enders, Anna Lang

Works made by using the 3D-printer

© Isabelle Enders

Sophia Tartler

Sophia Tartler

Kyung Jin Kim, Kette Popup

The digital workshop allows students to explore the wide horizons of the two- and three-dimensional, virtual and material digital world. A development and logical progression from the traditional modelling workshop, the digital workshop generates creative freedom in the direct transfer of digital design to model. In its intermedial approach the workshop is at the interface between conceptual design and material works of art.
A series of introductory and advanced courses are designed to enable students to work independently with the equipment provided. Students are familiarised with the function principles of the equipment so that new and experimental approaches can be developed based on a sound knowledge of the technical prerequisites.



  • 3D printer: Z18, plaster bed
  • 3D printer: 2 MakerBot coloured plastic filaments
  • 3D printer: Formlabs 2 HD print on synthetic resin
  • Laser engraving and cutting equipment (Skylaser 90-60, M300)
  • 3D scanner (Artec Spider)
  • Cutting plotter (esp. for adhesive film)
  • Acrylic glass saw
  • Lost wax kiln
  • Ultrasound device
  • Precision scales


Course content

  • Teaching the basics of CAD Rhino software
  • Production of 3D plaster and plastic models and further processing
  • Introduction to laser cutting equipment
  • Production of plot films or adhesive lettering
  • Scanning of 3D objects


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