Fab Lab

Explore, innovate and create in hands-on classes such as 3D printing, electronics, basic engineering, computer programming, robotics and so much more.

FEATURED CLASSES

3D Design and Printing Classes
Get a firsthand view of the MakerBot Replicator 2 3D printer in action as it builds an object layer by layer! Draw and design your very own three-dimensional objects with easy-to-use modeling software.

Introduction to Electronics Prototyping using the Arduino
Use the Arduino to control custom circuits you construct. Learn the steps to make LEDs blink and a speaker play music. Experience the potential of this inexpensive and accessible tool.

Introduction to Soldering Basics
Build a simple circuit with a soldering iron and components. Learn to safely use a soldering iron correctly to join components and wires. Fee-based class.

Introduction to Electronic Engineering
Build working circuits using common electronic components and a power source. Learn schematic symbols commonly used in diagrams.

2D Design for CNC Milling
Design a project with Cut2D desktop. The powerful CAD program provides a full set of tool path options for you to convert designs from simple graphics to CNC routing operations.

Visit our events calendar to register and view a complete listing of our classes.

Standard Equipment:

Deltamaker 2 3D Printer 

  • Max print: 8” x 8” x 12” 
  • Filament: PLA 

Makerbot Replicator 2 3D Printer 

  • Max print: 11.2” x 6” x 6.1” 
  • Filament: PLA 

 Makerbot Replicator 5th generation 3D Printer 

  • Max print: 9.9” x 7.8” x 5.9” 
  • Filament: PLA 

 Carbide 3D Shapeoko CNC router 

  • Cutting area: 14” x 17” x 0.5” 
  •  Materials: wood, acrylic 

 Orion Motor Tech 60w Laser Engraver and Cutter 

  • Working area: 20” x 28” 
  • Materials: anything non-hazardous, excluding acrylic and metal 

Fab Lab Instructors

Frank’s background is in science. His interests include understanding the world, one reproducible result at a time. Come talk to him about physics, math, astronomy, and / or programming.
Harold spent many years in the telecommunications industry and was involved with the development and introduction of telephony equipment. He has an extensive background in electronic design and is an accomplished woodworker and an inventor. Harold is a graduate of DeVry Institute of Technology.