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FabLab Toulouse Conference
october 20-23 2011

Artilect FabLab Toulouse organizes from 20-23 October 2011 in partnership with the festival la Novela at the Musée des Abattoirs de Toulouse a conference bringing together the different actors of the Fab Labs Europe and all those interested in the movement Fab Lab, Maker, DIY, DIWO.

INVENTED SPEAKERS

Evan Malone is the founder of NextFab Studio, a "Fab Lab" located in Philadelphia, he is an author with Professor Hod Lipson of the Fab @ home 3D printer open-source multi-material. He holds a PhD from Cornell University and has published numerous research articles on digital manufacturing. Details...


Tomas Diez is project manager of the Digital Fabrication Laboratory "Fab Lab Barcelona". It is the permanent tutor of the Fab Academy Dimploma in Barcelona. He participated in the Fab Lab House project which won the Public Award at the Solar Decathlon Europe in 2010. Details...

Macus Kayser designer is a graduate of the Royal College of Art in London. In 2001 he created his first solar machine, "the Sun Cutter", a "laser cutting" low-tech. in 2011, he created a 3D imprimande, "Solar Sinter", which makes glass objects with the only energy the sun and sand as raw material.. Détails...

Joris van Tubergen (1977) has a master in product design engineering. His fascination for digital fabrication led to participation from the start at ProtoSpace, the FabLab of Utrecht. Since 2008 he started to work with the RepRap project, a open source project which makes it possible to build you own 3d printer. From 2010 he works with an Ultimaker printer, an open source follow up of RepRap partly developed at ProtoSpace. He believes in digital fabrication for the production of products, not only for prototyping. Details...

Viso conference with Neil Gershenfeld Saturday Oct 22 at 2pm

Neil Gershenfeld is a professor at MIT, he heads the Laboratory "Center for Bits and Atoms." He is the founder of the Fab Lab network. He is known for his course "How to Make Something That Makes (almost) Anything" and his book: "Fab, The Coming Revolution on Your Desktop - From Personal Computers to Personal Fabrication." It is also the founder of the Fab Lab Academy. Details...

All the program of the conference...