Fablab is a space of innovate at AIC ADT Baramati Foundation fosters creative thinking and innovation through an open network of students, faculty and community members. Digital Fabrication Laboratory is a place to play, to create, to mentor and to invent: a place for learning and innovation. This laboratory was set up to inspire people and entrepreneurs to turn their ideas into new products and prototypes by giving them access to a range of advanced digital manufacturing technology. It provides access to the environment, the skills, the materials and the advanced technology to allow anyone anywhere to make (almost) anything.
What is Fab Lab?
• Fab Lab (fabrication laboratory) is a small-scale workshop offering open access to (personal) digital fabrication
FabLab is a digital workshop which can be used by the public to create transform creative ideas into tangible prototypes.
• FabLab comprises digitally controlled machines like a lasercutter, CNC-router, a 3D printer, a vinyl cutter and electronics with the aim to make “almost anything”.
• FabLabs form an worldwide community that shares knowledge and techniques. Which fosters innovation.
• Makerspace may call itself a FabLab is it adheres to the Fab Charter (link) . FabLab is a community, not a franchise.
Who Can Join?
FabLab (fabrication laboratory) is a fabrication workshop which gives everyone in the community from young children through to entrepreneurs, schools and established businesses, The capability to turn their ideas and concepts into reality. Using open source design software and a selection of computer controlled machines, users can design and make almost anything. it is open to anyone and everyone who has an interest in making things. We welcome novices through to experienced designers and engineers.