The metals studio and classroom consists of sixteen benches and ten soldering stations accommodating chemical process, enameling, machining, micro welding, 3D printing with castable wax, as well as an instructional monitor to project demonstration with document camera, printer, and computer. Two adjacent rooms support casting, raising, and forming. The outdoor courtyard includes covered working space with equipment for powder coating, lapidary work, polishing, and sand-blasting. The flexible outdoor area also supports welding, forging, and large-scale casting. In addition, students have access to the Fabrication Lab with a laser cutter (4’ x 3’) 3D scanner, and 3D printers, digital embroidery machine, with utility space for large-scale work, mixed media, and a separate photo studio for documentation.