Packages start at just €35 per month! Training and use of the central lab are included. Additional labs can also be used following a safety training session. The machines themselves are billed in 15-minute intervals.
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Fablab Opening Hours
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You may tour the facilities every Wednesday from 5 to 6 pm. Training dates are available upon request.
An essential component of the FabLab spirit is the exchange of knowledge, which is why we offer workshops and seminars on a variety of topics, from 2D and 3D construction to the manufacture of furniture. All are welcome to participate in our workshops. Please register at least 24 hours in advance. Current courses and workshops can be viewed in our programme
Courses for beginners should teach the basics and make starting out in the maker scene possible. No prior knowledge is necessary.
Inkscape - 2D construction on the computer
Just about every machine in the FabLab can be controlled via open-source software. A thorough understanding of this software makes working with the laser cutter, CNC milling machine and vinyl cutter much, much easier. The workshop is designed for beginners who want to learn the basics of vector graphics or who want to efficiently operate the laser cutter and other equipment. A personal computer is necessary. The latest version of Inkscape is available here (external download).
3D constructions on your computer - where the 2nd dimension ends, this course begins! Rhino provides users with easy access to the world of computer-aided design and the creation of 3D models for architecture, craftsmanship or private use. A personal computer is necessary. The latest version of Rhino is available here (external download)
What is electricity & current and how do they relate to resistance? How does one light up an LED and what is important to know? Those capable of recognising defect parts in circuitry should also be able to master soldering in order to personally make repairs. The use of measurement and testing instruments in the laboratory allows one to search for mistakes in circuitry.
This is the name of next-stage, more in-depth workshops, in which solutions for concrete problems are explored.
How to Make
‘How to Make’ teaches participants the basics of making anything from t-shirts to furniture. It begins by explaining digital construction and extends to the creation of actual products.
In the past, ‘How to Make’ has covered the following topics:
Illuminated picture frames
Your project (“The FabLab Bootcamp”)
Nativity scenes with the laser cutter