Learning and understanding how machines, material systems, and manufacturing processes work is no minor task. It takes a model builder four years to complete vocational training, and the same is true for many jobs that deal with the built environment. Our goal is not to train every student to become an architectural model builder. Instead, our goal is to convey practical techniques and safe work procedures for machines and processes that enable students to make their models and use them during the design process as tools for spatial investigations. 
Completing the different courses will grant you access to workshops or individual machines in combination with your Raplab-Account.
Read the Access-Page for more detailed information on who is eligible for an introduction.

Course overview

Raplab: Course Overview

How To

If you’re in the second semester BA and above:
  1. Complete the following self-study Moodle courses:
    1. Raplab: Introduction and Safety
    2. Raplab: Wood Workshop
    3. Raplab: Casting Workshop
    4. Raplab: Digital Workshop (3rd semester and above only!)
  2. You either got an invitation to an in-person class, or you can schedule an introduction with us.
  3. You can create your Raplab Account after completing the mandatory in-person training.
  4. You have access to all workshops for which you received training.

Currently Available Moodle Courses: