About UsThe MSD Robotics lab is an advanced experimental fabrication facility within the Melbourne School of Design at the University of Melbourne. The MSD Robotics Lab uses a project-based model to develop research capabilities around the application of robots to Architecture and Construction. The Lab also assists in the translation of these capabilities to teaching and learning. The Robotics Lab is opening to all staff and students within the University of Melbourne. We are also open to working with industry. Please contact us if you have any questions about the lab.
Opening Hours:Monday to Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Maker Spaces are advanced fabrication and making spaces that require students and staff to undergo training before they can access the services and facilities.
Our Knowledge Base is an always-evolving collection of guides, tutorials and curated resources for you to use and engage with robotic fabrication.
Contact us if you have any questions, or the knowledge base does not provide the answers you need.
The MSD Robotics Lab has developed world leading clay 3D printing technologies, including one of the worlds fastest clay 3D printers. We provide access to these technologies for staff and students at the University of Melbourne. We are also open to industry collaborations.
6+1 Axis milling on a robot, capable of milling and trimming complex geometries in soft materials.
The MSD Robotics Lab provides capabilities and training for plastic extrusion and robotic plastic 3D Printing.
Access to electronic prototyping equipment and tools for University of Melbourne students and staff.
Projects and Research
The MSD Robotics Lab Team
Coordinator, Robotics Lab
MSD Robotics Lab
Lead Technician, Robotics Lab
MSD Robotics Lab
- G23 Glyn Davis Building (MSD)
- Opening Hours
Monday to Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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