As noted on their website: "Santa Fe Community College’s Innovation Center announces the grand opening celebration of Fab Lab Santa Fe from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 12. The public can tour Fab Lab Santa Fe and join in the festive opening ceremony in the lobby of the Trades and Advanced Technology Center at the college, 6401 Richards Ave. Fab Lab Santa Fe is a part of the international digital FABrication LABoratory network based at MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms [CBA] in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Founded by CBA Director Neil Gershenfeld, Ph.D., Fab Labs democratize access to the five basic tools of digital fabrication, including 3-D printing, laser cutting & marking, CNC machining, vinyl cutting, and microelectronics assembly, all tied together with computer aided design (CAD)."
For more information about Fab Lab Santa Fe visit fablabhub.org. To find out about Continuing Education classes taught at the Fab Lab Santa Fe either call 505-428-1676 or visit sfcc.edu.
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