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What is FabZone?

Mission


Provide students, artisans, entrepreneurs and makers of all ages and skill level access to workspace, tooling and training in a fun and collaborative atmosphere.


Vision


FabZone provides a space with regular opening hours where students (high school and post secondary), adults and seniors can meet, make, learn and share.


FabZone provides a combination of training workshops, events and drop-in times where tools and workspace will be available to work on projects.


Trained staff and volunteers will provide guidance on how to use tools, and how to proceed with a project.


FabZone facilities and training workshops can be accessed by the community.


FabZone is a welcoming space, for teens through seniors, of any skill level.


FabZone will work in concert with other community groups to complement services already in place. FabZone will tailor workshops to provide stimulating activities that meet the needs of the participants based on their skills, interests or limitations.

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Opening Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday   

Thursday 

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Closed

13:00-17:00

13:00-17:00

17:00-21:00

17:00-21:00

13:00-17:00

Closed

Equipment

  • Singer Heavy Duty Sewing machines

  • Brother industrial straight stitch sewing machine

  • Serger

 

4 Prusa i3 MK3+ 3D printers (one with MMU2 to allow 5 color prints)

 

  • 2 Cricut Makers

  • GCC Expert II LX 24" vinyl cutter

 

Thunder Laser Nova 35 80W 

 

  • Belt sander

  • Drill press

  • Band saw

  • Compound miter saw

 

Soldering stations with ventilation

Team

Meet - Make - Learn - Share

Sponsors

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All in a Weekend with Sonali Karnick

Interview with Katy Johnson, executive director of FabZone Community Workshop

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