Kobold is a dual-filament printer---you can make models in two different colors or use a water-dissolvable filament to print supports for complicated productions. It can print in a single filament up to build volumes of 215 x 215 x 200 mm; dual filament printing can go up to 197 x 215 x 200 mm

Ultimaker 3

The Ultimaker 2 uses an open filament system, allowing for printing in many different materials. The TURING Lab has a supply of PLA filament in a variety of colors. It can print models up to 223 mm wide and 205 mm tall, and is a great printer to begin to learn the basics of 3D printing.

Ultimaker 2+


Marley is the most flexible 3D printer with respect to filament. He can print with a variety of unique types including wood, carbon, and flexible.

Mini 2


Unlike the other 3D printers in the lab, the Projet 460 printer prints using sediment. It sculpts layers of sediment in to full-color 3D models, which is heated up and hardened inside the printer. After printing, though, the models have to be post-processed as they are too fragile for normal use.

460 Projet


The XBox Kinect is a capable depth camera and enables us to do full body scans.


3D Scanner V2

The Matter & Form scanner is capable of producing point clouds and mesh models of small objects.

3D Scanner V2