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Creative and accessible event space within a digital fabrication lab at the heart of the City of London. See our full event calendar.

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Kids Maker Camps at Fab Lab!
Kids Maker Camps at Fab Lab!

While it hasn’t been obvious with the lashings of rain we’ve had recently – we’re so close to the summer holidays. You’re probably thinking “wow where has this year gone”, so are we – we can’t believe it’s the end of June already!

Last updated on June 21, 2016 at 15:42

 Calling All Foodies … #3D Printed Food
Calling All Foodies ... #3D Printed Food

Ruby Childs, one of our Makers, has now been working hard to convert the Ultimaker Original. Although it requires more adaption that the Ultimaker 2, she has been making some steady progress.

Last updated on June 21, 2016 at 15:07

 3D Printed Bottle Openers
3D Printed Bottle Openers

Fab Lab London hosted an event with Walkbase, a innovative retail startup with over 100 of the top innovators and creatives from the Retail Industry for their the first Walkbase London Summit in June. Aside from all the talk about personal shopping and analytics, we customised a series of funky 3D Printed bottle openers for their gin bar.

Last updated on June 21, 2016 at 14:57

 Mayuko – Jewellery Designer
Mayuko - Jewellery Designer

Mayuko Yamamoto, an intern at the Lab, is designing her own range of jewellery. Initially folded out of paper and now working with silhouette shapes all cut using the Trotec Speedy 360.

Last updated on June 21, 2016 at 14:38

 Are you 3D beach model ready?!
Are you 3D beach model ready?!

We’ve discovered a very cool website created by RS Components that makes sure you’ve got everything covered – from sandcastle moulds to a Go-Pro kite mount – to collectively wish you were somewhere sunnier :)

Last updated on June 1, 2016 at 08:15

 Form Follows Function. Really?
Form Follows Function. Really?

Resident Maker and Artist at Fab Lab London, Martina Taranto has penned an intriguing missive on the age old proposition ‘Form follows function’. True. True? Why? While I was a student this quote was so often repeated, that it almost sounded hypnotic like a political spot. I’ve been taught that every design should be first functional and then everything else.

Last updated on May 16, 2016 at 13:30

 Come spend your Saturdays with Fire Tech Crew!
Come spend your Saturdays with Fire Tech Crew!

Are you ready to go on a tech adventure? We launched our Fab Lab Saturday camps in January and are thrilled to be starting Fire Tech Crew at Imperial this Saturday. As well as practical skills like touch typing, organisation skills and e-safety, our Crew members will be working on their soldering skills and electronics, game design, Ozbotics and much more. No two Saturdays are the same with Fire Tech Crew.

Last updated on April 13, 2016 at 14:40

 Mycelium. Experiments with plastics and 3D Printing
Mycelium. Experiments with plastics and 3D Printing

A Royal College of Art masters student, Ashley Scarborough has joined the lab as one of our designers in residence to experiment with 3D printing and mycelium. Over the next 12 weeks Ashley will be developing a number of 3D Printed moulds to support the growth of mycelium within a plastic (PLA) environment.

Last updated on April 5, 2016 at 09:56

 Akiko Ban, thank you for joining us.
Akiko Ban, thank you for joining us.

Akiko Ban, an artist and a founder of MYSTIC FORMS organized the Acrylic Jewellery Workshop at FABLAB London. This was an introductory workshop for acrylic jewellery making, using the laser cutter and basic jewellery making techniques, providing an opportunity to make your own bespoke earrings or create a professional hand made gift.The workshop was successful and we received lovely feedbacks from attendees.

Last updated on April 1, 2016 at 15:23

 Fab Lab London at the GadgetShowLive 2016
Fab Lab London at the GadgetShowLive 2016

A team of makers have made their way North to support Barclays Eagle Labs with a makerspace at the GadgetShowLive. Building our stand from upcycled cardboard, ply and acrylics as usual we’re going that extra mile to use recycled materials. Join us on stand L58 to design, make and race mini cars on our race track, customised using a Trotec Speedy 100 and Ultimaker 3D Printers.

Last updated on March 31, 2016 at 08:56


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Open Days Friday is our open day, visit the lab, get inducted and use the machines. Inductions run from 10am.

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Maker Interns Making in the City. Join our intern programme for up to 12 weeks with training and mentoring in the Lab. Find out more.


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