The Fablab Bhutan offers a full suite of state of the art equipment to create prototypes and translate ideas into physical objects. It blends an unique technology solutions designed to stimulate learning through the innovative life cycle utilizing new digital fabrication tools and techniques.
Our orientation workshops are necessary (and mandatory) before using any machines at the FabLab Bhutan: lasercutter, 3d printers and CNC milling machine and more. A short orientation workshop of 4 hours will introduce the participants to the basics and the safety instructions.
During this workshop, you will discover...
Meet Our Instrcutors
Prof. Neil GershenfeldDirector,
Center for Bits and Atoms. Massachutes Institute of Techolology'
He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, has been named one of Scientific American's 50 leaders in science and technology, as one of the Modern-Day Leonardos by the Museum of Science and Industry.
He has authored numerous technical publications, patents, and books. He has been featured in media such as The New York Times, The Economist, NPR, CNN, and PBS.
Fab Lab International Outreach Program Center for Bits and Atoms, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sherry Lassiter is one of the architects of the MIT global Fab Lab program. As President of the Fab Foundation Lassiter works at the intellectual boundary where transfer of enabling, empowering, technical knowledge allows an idea to come into physical being–where bits become atoms. It’s an interdisciplinary landscape that requires a commitment to creating educational tools and exploring intellectual and economic frontiers.
Tsewang LhundupTECHINICAL DESIGNER
Tsewang is leading a team of intl. experts in developing the 21st century’s infrastructure on manufacturing – ecosystems. They are working on changing the paradigm of the current industrial economy where the manufacturing operates on a linear model of importing products and producing waste.
Prior to this assignment, he worked for Canon Danmark.
David Coolcoming soon