Create at the Museum
What is a Fab Lab?
A Fab Lab is a production workshop that makes available to the public manual (hammers, saws, etc.) and digital (3D printer, laser cutter, etc.) tools. These tools enable users to carry out innovative and creative projects. A Fab Lab’s philosophy is to push the limits of creativity by working in teams to make or repair objects, instead of throwing them out. The Museum’s Fab Lab enables exchanges with various laboratories located around the world.
Put your ingenuity to work!
Would you like to invent or alter an object but don’t know where to start and don’t have the tools needed? We’ll provide the supervision, space, and resources to carry out your wildest projects. Whether your idea is related to electronics, computer science, the arts, robotics, or ecology, a guide will support you at every stage. The number of visits to the Fab Lab depends on the nature and scope of your project or invention. Contact us to find out where to begin.
Consult the Fab Labs charter (in French only) at: www.fablabs-quebec.org.