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Stylish Chained Fabrication Café: Fab Café



A fabrication café in Tokyo “Fab Cafe” looks stylish with the modern interior and selected café menu. They provide power plugs and WiFi for free, so you can use the café space as co-working space. Not only for creative people, but also other people who usually don’t use fabrication equipment have reason to go there. Using iPad at the café, you can draw a picture to 3D print objects or to laser print on macaroons. Every month, they have special events such as workshops, creators’ talk, meet up, etc. They have other locations in Taipei and Barcelona, and are looking for other branch owners.

Equipment, facilities, and equipment

3D printer: Cube, Almond
3D scanner: Sense
3D pen: 3Doodler
Laser cutter: Universal Laser VLS.6.60
Food laser cutter: Trotec Laser Speedy 100
Cutting machine: STIKA, ScanNCut
Sawing machine: Super Jeans

Price and Order

Depending on the equipment
Detailed price list (Japanese)

Venue access

Fab Cafe (FAB Cafe)
1-22 -7 dogenzaka Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-0043 Japan road Xuan ban peer 1F http://fabcafe.com/tokyo/access

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Yasuko Fujisawa
Yasuko Fujisawa
Yasuko Fujisawa is a Graphic Designer from Japan. She moved to Los Angeles in 2008, then Boston in August, 2014. From her background as a town community manager and publicist, she has developed a passion for research into how people connect with 3D printer technology to improve their lives. Yasuko is actively engaged in discussion about the latest 3D print news with both English and Japanese readers. Find her on twitter @yacco_f

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