The Fab@Home Project is an open-source mass-collaboration aimed at bringing personal fabrication to your home. The Fab@Home Student Project Team at Cornell focuses on supporting the development of the Fab@Home platform. Team members work on developing new deposition tools, software platforms, useful application, and much more.
Put your unique abilities to use, and share your accomplishments with others. The Fab@Home community provides countless ways to share your work with like-minded people, from blogging to forum discussions. You can even display your work in peer-reviewed journals, and present it at expos held across the globe.
3D printing is grabbing headlines, and the day is nearing when every home will have a printer. Get involved early and be one of the first to acquire important skills that will be highly sought after in a mass-customizable world. Watch our YouTube video channel to learn skills today, and lead the new paradigm of tomorrow.
Do you have an idea? Want to develop a new printing technology? You’re not alone. Through the Fab@Home community, you’ll have the support of a vibrant group of highly talented individuals: from leading academics to world-class chefs, artists to molecular biologists. Partner with some of the field’s best and brightest, and bring your ideas to fruition.
Low-cost 3D printers such as the Fab@Home have the potential to solve some of today’s most pressing social issues. By reducing barriers to manufacturing, we can democratize innovation and open doors for a new wave of inventors. Participate in Fab@Home events, contribute your talents to the project and help give others the ability to express their creativity.
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