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  We are a place for people who have designs, or just ideas for things they want to make, to connect with digital fabricators ("Fabbers") who can help make these ideas become real.

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Become a member of Mastering Digital Fabrication today! Get access to advanced machines and tools, sophisticated 2D and 3D design software, and other professional equipment for a very low monthly membership fee or very low hourly rate. Get in touch and see just how low!

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Comprehensive  well structured courses developed on our state of the art learning management system will help you learn and master Digital Fabrication principles, tools and processes. Click the link below to start

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                                                                                                                                                    The Fab Charter®

What is a fab lab?

Fab labs are a global network of local labs, enabling invention by providing access to tools for digital fabrication

What's in a fab lab?

Fab labs share an evolving inventory of core capabilities to make (almost) anything, allowing people and projects to be shared

What does the fab lab network provide?

 Operational, educational, technical, financial, and logistical assistance beyond what's available within one lab

 Who can use a fab lab?

 Fab labs are available as a community resource, offering open access for individuals as well as scheduled access for programs

What are your responsibilities?

 safety: not hurting people or machines
operations: assisting with cleaning, maintaining, and improving the lab
knowledge: contributing to documentation and instruction

 Who owns fab lab inventions?

 Designs and processes developed in fab labs can be protected and sold however an inventor chooses, but should remain available for individuals to use and learn from

 How can businesses use a fab lab?

 Commercial activities can be prototyped and incubated in a fab lab, but they must not conflict with other uses, they should grow beyond rather than within the lab, and they are expected to benefit the inventors, labs, and networks that contribute to their success ”

 

 

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Abdenour saaid                             An assembled Mandel Tri-colors at the back


Makerbots 3Dprinters


CNC-Shapeoko2 & Laser cutter back


 


 

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