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In this one stop shop you will find almost anything that you need to equip a fablab, makerspace, hackerspace or STEAM-classroom. We based our product offer in the first place on the MIT fablab inventory list and people who want to start a fablab should definitely check out the Fabfoundation site. Second, because of our expertise in managing fablabs (fablab Brussels and fablab Erpe-Mere) for the past 5 years, we added some products of which we are very satisfied.
The Starter Kit walks you through the basics of using the Arduino in a hands-on way. You'll learn through building several creative projects. The kit includes a selection of the most common and useful electronic components with a book of 15 projects. Starting the basics of electronics, to more complex projects, the kit will help you control the physical world with sensor and actuators.
Makes STEM Education fun! Start out easy with a banana piano. First setup takes seconds. Then make game controllers, musical instruments, and inventions. Advance to female headers and multi-key remapping up to 18 keys. Ages 8 to infinity.
mBot is an all-in-one solution to enjoy the hands-on experience of programming, electronics, and robotics. Working with mBlock inspired by Scratch 2.0, connecting with computers or smart devices via Bluetooth or 2.4G (by different version), this easy-to-assemble mBot provides infinite possibilities for you to learn STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).
The Gizmos & Gadgets Kit, 2nd Edition is the ultimate invention toolbox. It turns screen time into hands-on learning. The kit is bursting with motors, wheels, lights, servos - everything you need to spark creativity and fun. Start with instructions to build fun DIY games, cars, gadgets and more.
Sindoh is the new kid in town when it comes to 3D printing technology. This company released the 2X in 2018, and it got immediately a lot of attention in the 3D printing community.
The Nomad 883 broke new ground in desktop CNC machines when it was released in 2014. The Nomad was the first machine in it’s class to be delivered ready-to-run, with everything included.
The Shapeoko milling machines are designed by Carbide 3D to be affordable enough for any shop and powerful enough to do real work. The standard kit includes everything you need to get started except the Dewalt trim router.
Interested in the fascinating world of fablabs, makerspaces, hackerspaces and STEAM-classrooms? With our mobile fablab, also known as the STEAMachine, we come to your organisation, school or company!
This compact desktop CO2 laser cutter is capable of cutting 1/4" acrylic and 1/4" wood as well as marking anodized aluminum, glass, marble/granite and Thermark treated metals. With this laser you can engrave from any Windows application that can print to a standard printer including CorelDraw, Adobe Illustrator, Autocad, Inkscape and even MS Word and MS Paint.
The Ultimaker 3 is the most reliable dual extrusion 3D-printer on the market. It has improved printing performance for printing more complex designs, an automatic nozzle-lifting system and interchangeable print cores.
Sindoh is the new kid in town when it comes to 3D printing technology. This company released the DP201 in 2016, and it got immediately a lot of attention in the 3D printing community.