Fab Lab Adelaide | Think It. Make It. Share It.
Fab Lab Adelaide is a not-for-profit community workshop in which new products and creative works can be designed and made using digital fabrication equipment including several 3D printers and a laser cutter. The Lab supports South Australian inventors, designers, artists, and other creative and entrepreneurial individuals and businesses through the provision of free and low cost access to equipment and expertise.
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We’re Back

We’re pleased to announce that Fab Lab Adelaide is now ready to open at our new home, the St Paul’s Creative Centre located on the corner of Pulteney and Flinders street in the CBD.


We’re currently working on a new and improved website that will feature more information about us, our equipment, inductions and workshops and how you can get involved.


In the meantime, I invite you all to come on down on Saturday 10th October, between 11am and 3pm to say hello, check out the new space and to find out what’s new and what’s changing.


Open-access maker sessions for existing users will be on Thursdays, 3pm-8pm and Saturdays, 11am-3pm, beginning on Thursday 15th October. Note however the Lab will be closed on Saturday 31st October as we will all be busy preparing for the Adelaide Mini Maker Faire which of course we hope to see you all at.


Fab Lab Adelaide is being relaunched by a small, dedicated bunch of volunteers, eager to ensure the facility’s survival and eventual growth into a bigger, better, sustainable venture. It’s going to take us some time to get settled in, update our procedures and systems, and welcome back our existing users.


We therefore won’t be offering induction sessions for new users until mid-November at the earliest. Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to seeing you all soon.