The lab is responsible for guiding and educating students in traditional and digital manufacturing techniques, including technical and artistic aspects, and assisting the academic faculty in all subjects related to manufacturing, for both research and teaching needs. The lab contains a wide array of three-dimensional printers, machines for processing and cutting wood and metal, as well as welding machines, a painting room, and manual and electric tools for design and fabrication.
The lab is run by Moti Grosman.
The Design and Fabrication Lab is located on floor 0 of the Amado Building.
The lab is open to undergraduate and graduate students during the entire school year. Its opening hours are Sunday through Thursday, from 08:00–15:00. Additional opening hours are determined based on the semester workload.