The lab provides students with the opportunity to mix and cast various kinds of concrete. Equipment includes: • Small mixer • 50 L mixer • Scales • Vibrotable Potential hazards: Staying in the workshop without an instructor is prohibited. Using the equipment is possible after accident-prevention training and induction.
The lab introduces modern technology into the world of object creation. Technologies in the workshop include: Laser cutting, Engraving, 3D printing, 3D scanning, Vinyl film cutting (plotter cutting), ceramic decal printing, Prototyping. There are four computers available to students. Kindly take into consideration that printing may last up to 10–20 hours, so please find out any necessary information in time. Please bring your 3D models in .stl format.
The Drawing & Sculpting Studio serves as a venue for visual art studies. The studio is primarily used for MoME’s basic training in visualization courses, drawing, sculpting and color study exercises and related lectures. In addition to scheduled curricular classes, students can use the studio for their individual studio work, with permission of the professors at agreed times.
A studio with a ceiling height of 10.5 m and a floor area of 225 m² for shooting films, equipped with professional camera sets, backgrounds, studio lights, stands, a screening projector, a 4 m by 3 m projection screen and sound reinforcement techniques, and with professional assistance provided. Potential hazards: Staying in the workshop without an instructor is prohibited. Using the equipment is possible after accident-prevention training and induction. Workshop Use Regulations are posted on the door.
In the Glass Technology Lab, students can shape hot glass using a gas burner. The cutting table can be used for cutting sheet glass, and making and sticking stained glass. In the kiln area next to the room, there are kilns used throughout the year for shaping hot glass and a glassblowing kiln operating periodically. Potential hazards: Staying in the workshop without an instructor is prohibited. Using the equipment is possible after accident-prevention training and induction.
Colour and black/white laser printing up to A/3 size. Risograph printing up to A/3 size. Relief printing up to SRA/2 size using conventionally and digitally prepped die plates. Embossing and blind-block printing. Copper engraving, copper etching, gravure printing up to A/3 size. Digital and conventional gold-leafing up to A/3 size. Completion of binding jobs, paper cutting, passe-partout cutting, corner rounding, bending, perforating, laminating, use of thermography methods.
As part of the Textile Design Programme, it is a workshop designed primarily for students from the fashion, accessories and costume specialisations. It gives students the opportunity to learn the professional technology of handcrafted millinery, and to implement hat and head-dress design assignments. Instruction also supports the incorporation of innovative technologies (3D, laser cutting, vacuum casting, print) into professional content, in collaboration with partner workshops. In addition to traditional hat shapes, students can also learn about alternatives to creative shaping. Felt, rabbit hair and plant-based (sinamay) materials are processed in the workshop.
The Knitting Workshop at TechPark allows students to learn the fundamentals of machine knitting on 7 double needle-bed manual flat-knitting machines, 9 single needle-bed manual flat-knitting machines (Silver Reed LK150) and 8 electronically-controlled double needle-bed flat-knitting machines (Silver Reed SK 840) of different types and levels of subtlety. Three band-knitting machines and a string knitting machine are also available. Certain threads can be made suitable for knitting with the 2x4 head cross winding machine in the workshop. The sheets produced on the flat knitting machines can be made into cardigans and other knitted garments with the help of a hem stitch sewing machine and a chain stich sewing machine.
In addition to performing assignments from the Garment Accessory Design Specialisation of the Textile Design Programme, leather craft, as well as shoe and hat-making technologies are also taught. It is a modelling workshop with state-of-the-art equipment that also interacts with other workshops (Modelling, Metal, 3D Printer, Laser Cutting). In addition to raw materials made of natural leather, this workshop also deals with textiles, films, and other alternative materials.
The Metalworker Workshop serves as the venue for learning about and practicing traditional and modern technologies that are closely linked to metalworking. Students can apply the theoretical and practical knowledge they learn under teacher supervision, but independently while modelling, completing or while their objects are being constructed. It is important for students to become capable of leveraging experience gained during the workshop creatively while solving their assignments, taking into account design criteria and requirements.
The Design Institute provides an opportunity for active dialogue with design institutions and professional organisations in Hungary, Europe and around the world. The collaboration between the Institute and Mercedes-Benz Design Studio – which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year – is exemplary. It was 20 years ago that MOME partnered with Daimler Design’s world-class community of experts to support the introduction of cutting-edge technology at the university and raise the international standard of the educational programme.
It is a professional photo studio with Broncolor, Hensel and Multiblitz studio flashes, a wide range of light formers, pillared studio equipment stands, background stands and backgrounds. A Hasselblad camera set with a digital back and a Mamiya RB 6x7 analogue camera with a digital back are also available. The studio’s floor area is 150 m² and its floor to ceiling height is 7.5 m. It has three balconies and an infinity cove.
The Plaster Modelling Workshop operates as part of and in collaboration with the Modelling Workshop. Here, students can produce the objects designed by them and architecture students can make maquettes. Substitute forms from plaster or silicone can also be created for works to be made from other materials. The vacuuming forms used for vacuum-formed plastic objects are also mainly created in the Plaster Modelling Workshop. Tasks related to studying forms can also be preformed in the workshop.
Ceramic, glass and porcelain objects are modelled and their moulds are created in the Plaster Workshop, but the works of other departments needing plaster moulds are also served here. Moulds are created on the one hand on the plaster lathes by turning, and, on the other hand, on the marble tables by plaster casting, using patterns or by wood-carving. In a separated part of the workshop, there is an area suitable for metal- and woodworking equipped with a vice, a bench drill, a grinder, and handheld power tools. Silicone casting can also be carried out in the workshop.
The Screen Printing Workshop is suitable for making screens (except for printing exposer film). - It has a six-table six-head garment printing machine and - an 8 meter by 160 cm wide printing table covered in industrial felt. Screen prints can be produced in one or more colours. With six colours up to size A3 on the garment printing machine and with one colour up to a length of eight metres on the printing table. Turntable use and rental, screen making, large format fabric printing, heat press
Our studio, based on AVID ProTools, is suitable for 5.1 audio mixing, music recording, sound mixing and voice-over work. The deservedly popular Genelec 8030 studio monitors and the 7060BP subwoofer allows for a perfect reference sound. Thanks to the Dante system built between the recording and mixing rooms we can also easily connect an external sound system to ours. The eight-channel (Yamaha HS8) sound system in the recording room provides a wide range of opportunities to carry out musical and acoustic experiments.
The beaming machine is used to beam the warp roller of the large looms. Before weaving begins, the longitudinal yarn system required for weaving (warp yarn) must be wound on the warp roller of the loom in the number, density and length specified, at a uniform tension. Potential hazards: Staying in the workshop without an instructor is prohibited. Using the equipment is possible after accident-prevention training and induction. Workshop Use Regulations are posted on the door.
The core task of the Weaving Workshop is to provide students studying woven fabric design with theoretical and practical knowledge in weaving technology and fabric structure from the basics of weaving to digital fabric design. Samples, experimental textiles and even unique larger format works can be created in the workshop by hand weaving. The woks may be produced on a table loom or a large loom with 4-6 shafts, or a digitally controlled handloom with 24 shafts. Other services for our graduates: - Beaming - Winding - Using an electronic loom, including workshop use - Using a large, mechanical loom, including workshop use
Mainly intended for architecture students – creating and shaping models, mock-ups and prototypes through learning about woodworking technologies. Developing creative thinking and professional skills through constructing different structures. Using woodworking machinery, tools and equipment independently and safely, without accidents.