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Fab Lab locates in Shibuya, Tokyo: Shibuya Zukoshitsu

しぶや図工室 - 3D FAB スペース

Features

Shibuya Zukoshitsu holds workshops especially for 3D printer beginners. In one past event called “Lampshade Fab Workshop” was that you create an original lampshade 3D data using 123D Creature (Autodesk) on iPad in two hours and you will receive 3D printed lampshade by mail later. Another past workshop “The First 3D Fabrication Experience” was to learn basic use of: 3D printer, 3D scanner, and CAD in six times of sessions. It is focused on creating 3D data, using 3D data from downloading services, customizing downloaded 3D data, and uploading your original 3D data on market places. In this workshop, you will not print out your original data but they introduce various 3D printing services for your purpose. For regular use of this fabrication lab, you should become a Basic Member (25,000yen/month) or Unlimited Member (50,000yen/month), the memberships come with free WiFi, meeting room, and lockers.

Equipment, facilities, and equipment

3D Printer: ZPrinter, CUBE X Duo
3D scanner: Artec EVA, Rexcan Ⅲ
3D modeler: FreeForm
Cutting machine: Craft ROBO
Digital sawing machine: Memory Craft 200E
CNC: iModela

Price and Order

Basic Member: 25,000yen/month
Unlimited Member: 50,000yen/month
Detailed price list (Japanese)

Venue access

Shibuya Zukoshitsu
TOC 2nd Building 2nd Floor ten-to, Shibuya 1-17-1, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

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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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