Graduate Facilities 24-hour access Relocated to newly renovated, 3,000 square foot facility in 2011. 800 square feet semi-private workspaces with individual work areas. Each space includes, jewelers bench, industrial maple top worktable and ample storage, Individual soldering areas with Smith torches. Computer with Rhino, printer, enameling kiln, Dumoure drill press, large drill press, PUK welder, anvils and vises. Main Studio The adjacent main studio is generously equipped with: small hand tools, an extensive selection of metalsmithing hammers, acetylene and natural gas torches for soldering and welding, rolling mills, a variety of shears, 20-Ton Bonny Doon hydraulic press, sand blaster, grinders, belt sanders, flexible shafts, Dumoure drill presses, polishing wheels, wire drawing bench, PUK welder, mini lathe, band saw, ultra-sonic cleaner and drum finishers. In addition to our main studio, our facilities offer separate dedicated studios configured for specific processes such as: Centrifugal casting which includes vulcanizing, wax injection units and particulate ventilation for the investing process. Metalsmithing studio is furnished with a vast variety of stakes, stumps, anvils, vices and an extensive array of hammers for silversmithing and blacksmithing. Located in this area is a ventilated pitch station and a large scale ventilation hood for annealing large work with our natural gas annealing torch. Enameling, small and large scale powder coating setup, etching booth and patina station. Equipment in this studio includes Vecella and Pargon enameling kilns, Blue M ESP400A Industrial oven for powder coating and Ferric Chloride etching baths. Our Photography studio is equipped with professional studio lighting, DSLR camera and everything students need to prepare professional quality images of their work.