(3DPrint.com) — Garagem FabLab is an independent FabLab in São Paulo, Brazil, founded by the architect Eduardo Lopes. For those of you who are not familiar with the concept, a FabLab refers to a space for digital fabrication and computation, for learning and innovation, invention, and nourishment for local entrepreneurship. FabLabs are closely aligned with MIT’s Center for Bits & Atoms, and there are over 300 Fab Labs located in 34 countries.
All FabLabs must meet four criteria: grant public access, share common tools and processes, be a part of the FabLab network, and subscribe to the FabLab charter. Garagem FabLab offers space, machines, tools, and support to individuals and professionals for the creation of their products and ideas.Tags: 3D printing, Eduardo Lopes, Garagem FabLab, MIT's Center for Bits & Atoms