The Woodshop at the University of Tennessee, is provided for students within the School of Art and College of Architecture and Design. It is provided to support the experimentation of design and materials, to provide equipment and space for the fabrication of models, furniture or whatever. The shop is equipped with machinery and tools to handle fabrication in Lumber, manufactured wood products and plastics. The woodshop is approximately 5000 square feet and located on the ground floor of the Art & Architecture building (Rm. 121).
Students utilizing the shop will have access to a comprehensive traditional woodshop with a wide variety of stationary, hand and power tools. Within the workshop space, an area is dedicated to the bench/assembly area which provides students ample area to construct, assembly and work on their various works and projects.
Existing within the woodshop are three Universal Co2 Laser cutters and a Thermwood 3 axis cnc router. This equipment allows the transition from the digital idea to the physical model. Additional equipment is available to COAD students at the remote Fabrication Laboratory (Fab Lab), located at 525 N Gay street.
Semester Operating Hours:
Saturday & Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm
Summer and Semester Break Hours:
Spring Break Hours-
Sunday 12th-Sunday 19th March- Closed (Monday 20th, regular shop hours resume)
Spring Holiday 4/14
Memorial Day 5/29
Please contact our Woodshop Supervisor Jeremy Hammond, if you have any questions.
Have a project that you completed in our state-of-the-art wood shop? Please submit to email@example.com.