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Welcome to the Fablab wiki pages.
Down below there should be (as of now) 4 processes.
- 3D printing: Includes FDM (Includes ultimaker/ender/prusa)/SLA/SLS
- Precision cutting: Includes Watercutting(Includes wazer)/Lasercutting(Includes Trotect/Epilog)
- 2D printing: Includes TrueVis/Roland [Sub heading might not be needed]
- Textile: Includes Embroidery/Heatpress [Sub heading might not be needed]
|We have various different types of 3D printers, all with their own advantages and disadvantages. This way you can explore all of the many possibilities in the 3D printing worldㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ
|Our Trotec and Epilog laser cutters are used for cutting and engraving various materials. The laser is easy to operate yourself and offers many possibilities for material processing
|This large format print and cut machine offers many possibilities. For example, you can cut stickers, signs, posters and banners, window lettering, heat transfer vinyl and vehicle wraps
|Our Roland VersaUV flatbed printer uses vibrant ECO-UV inks to print directly onto acrylics, wood, metal, ceramic, fabrics and many more items.
|Forget sketching – 3D scanning is like taking a shortcut in design; it swiftly snags all the details of a real-world object, saving you the time and hassle of hand-drawing complex 3D models.
|Using our CNC mills your wildest creations can form by cutting it out of all sorts of materials, come try it out!
|With the PCB milling process, a circuit board can be created within minutes. This technique involves removing copper material along the desired pathway, creating precise connections for the circuit.
|Our Wazer waterjet cutter is used to cut through various materials, such as metals, glass and composites.