FabLab@School

Digital Fabrication for Education

Useful links

Fabrications Tools

Epilog Laser
We use the Epilog Helix 45-Watt laser cutter at the TLTL.

Universal Laser Systems
Stanford University’s new prototype lab, called Room 36, uses a 24” x 18” sized Universal Laser Cutter.

MakerBot Industries
3D printers, Arduino microcontrollers, and many other cool gadgets

Roland Vinyl Cutters
Vinyl cutters and print trimmers

Do It Yourself (DIY) Instructions,
How-Tos

Plans for DIY CNC Machines
Make your own inexpensive CNC machines.

Instructables
Instructables is a web-based documentation platform where passionate people share what they do and how they do it, and learn from and collaborate with others.

Wikihow
WikiHow is a collaborative effort to build and share the world's largest, highest quality how-to manual. Like Wikipedia, wikiHow is a wiki, in that anyone can write or edit a page on the site.

Shops for Getting
your Stuff Made and More

Ponoko, the world's easiest making system
“We’re reinventing the future of products by making it easier to make things.
We see a future when you download your products from the Internet and make them locally. Just as the Internet revolutionized the exchange of digital photos, music and movies, Ponoko pioneered the creation and exchange of downloadable products.”

Shapeways, passionate about creating
“By providing a platform for our community members to share ideas and gain access to cutting edge technology, we’re bringing personalized production to everyone—whether you’re already designing in 3D or are just looking to buy something completely unique. We print everything on-demand, which means that every order is customized and personalized.”

THINGIVERSE
“Thingiverse is a place for you to share your digital designs with the world.”

Lego Digital Designer
“The LEGO Group is engaged in the development of children's creativity through playing and learning. Based on the world-famous LEGO® brick, the company today provides toys, experiences and teaching materials for children in more than 130 countries.”

Textiles and E-Textiles, Crafts

BurdaStyle, for people who sew
Our aim is to bring the craft of sewing to a new generation of fashion designers, hobbyists, DIYers as well as inspire fashion enthusiasts. The website offers thousands of stylish handcrafted clothes, downloadable PDF sewing patterns, tutorials, project ideas and a community passionate about fashion.

Spreadshirt, personalized apparel
“Spreadshirt is the worldwide creative platform for custom t-shirts, custom hoodies and other personalized apparel. Nearly 300 employees work to help bring imagination onto shirts - from the programming of the platform to marketing and service to a finished shirt of the highest quality.

Etsy, crowd-sourced crafts and products
Etsy is the world’s handmade marketplace.

PePaKura Designers
Make templates for paperwork models from 3D data files

Canon Creative Park
Explore paper craft, scrapbooks, art and more

Crowd-sourced Funding

Kickstarter
Our aim is to bring the craft of sewing to a new generation of fashion designers, hobbyists, DIYers as well as inspire fashion enthusiasts. The website offers thousands of stylish handcrafted clothes, downloadable PDF sewing patterns, tutorials, project ideas and a community passionate about fashion.

IndieGoGo
“Spreadshirt is the worldwide creative platform for custom t-shirts, custom hoodies and other personalized apparel. Nearly 300 employees work to help bring imagination onto shirts - from the programming of the platform to marketing and service to a finished shirt of the highest quality.

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