Prototyping space

The Prototyping space offers a full range of digital and analogue fabrication tools suited for various materials such as wood, plastics, textile and metals, and is divided in several main working stations.

For subtractive wood and metal fabrication, the space offers a broad selection of manual and CNC machines, saws and drills. The additive manufacturing area is equipped with multiple 3D-printers (SLS, SHS, FDM, Polyjet), post-processing-tools and a wide choice of materials. In addition, the Berlin Open Lab is supplied with a UR5 robotic arm enabling precise workflow automation for a variety of complex fabrication processes. The prototyping space also offers multiple soldering and desoldering devices for working with electronics, sensors and microprocessors, as well as a fully equipped e-textile area with various knitting, embroidery and sewing machines for novel electronic textile fabrication.

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