Wood and Metal workshop
These spacious and well-equipped workshops provide a wide range of technical possibilities in the production of student projects with extensive woodworking and metal fabrication machinery and tools. Technical support staff are available for advice and help.
Curtin HIVE (Hub for Immersive Visualisation and eResearch) is an advanced facility established by Curtin University to serve the growing demands of researchers and industry for visualisation, virtualisation and simulation capabilities in Western Australia. The HIVE is available to students who are completing their thesis or dissertation.
There are currently two Makerbot 3D printing machines, located at the Resource Centre, Building 201, Level 3. Students are encouraged to print projects where the focus is towards explorative modelling where more precise cuts and measurements, like building facades, building skins, building components (gears, joints etc) are required. The machines are operated under the supervision of our technical staff to assist as needed.
Fort computers within the School of Built Environment Building on the Bentley campus are equipped with industry-standard software to help you with your studies and graduate ready for the workforce. The software available of these computers are:
- Sketch Art
- Auto Cad
- The full Adobe creative suite