NavLab

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NavLab
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Status planned
Country France

State or District

French Riviera

City Antibes

Date of founding

2014/01/01

Last Updated 2014-01-10
Website http://navlab.avitys.com

Phone

+33688521764

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Navlab-English/455206721245993?ref=hl

Twitter

https://twitter.com/NavLabAntibes

GooglePlus

https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/107454682499403370558

E-mail

navlab@avitys.com

Snail mail

8 Avenue Aristide Briand
Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur-06600 Antibes
France

Membership fee

5€/day

Size of rooms

120m²

Members

Open to Exchanges?

yes

Open to Residencies?

maybe

Location 43° 20' 40.2", 7° 4' 16.68"
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The NavLab is a digital manufacturing community workshop specialized in maritime projects. It is a mix between a FabLab, a coworking open space and a nautical laboratory.

There you can use 3D printers, digital laser cutters and CNC milling machines, among other high tech equipment to work on your projects, using the dedicated openSpace or individual workshops depending on your needs.

Like other FabLabs (or »fabrication laboratories »), it aims to provide a place for meeting and sharing knowledge about digital manufacturing technologies, while providing workspace and tools. It is openned to all, to experiment, learn, build together and share each other skills.

Whatever your level of technology and your projects are, you can come to the NavLab to « learn by making », using tools such as 3D printers, digital milling machines, laser cutting machines and other computer controlled tools, working with wood, fabrics, plastics, paper and even metal.

The NavLab will open in Spring 2014 in Antibes (South of France).

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