FAU FabLab

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FAU FabLab
FAU FabLab logo.png
Status active
Country Germany

State or District

Bavaria

City Erlangen

Date of founding

2011/07/25

Last Updated 2013-08-24
Website http://fablab.fau.de
Snail mail

Room U1.239, Erwin-Rommel-Str. 60, 91058 Erlangen
91058 Erlangen
Germany

Number of members

20+many more (we do not have a member definition)"+manymore(wedonothaveamemberdefinition)" is not declared as a valid unit of measurement for this property.

Membership fee

Free

Size of rooms

60 m²

Members
Location 49° 34' 26.814", 11° 1' 48.3456"
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The FAU FabLab is germany's first student-run FabLab and is located at the Technical Faculty of the University of Erlangen. While receiving funding through the universities tuition fees, we try to be open to any interested hackers (or people in general), not just students.

The equipment as of mid 2013 includes a CNC-Lathe, CNC-Mill, 3D-Printers, Lasercutter, electronics tools (including soldering, etching and measuring), cutting plotter and many more.

Feel free to peek in at our opening hours, see website for an up-to-date schedule. We also offer workshops and are always looking for new people to help us improve our FabLab.

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