Ultimaker 2 Go featured in Fab Lab London's new Fab Bike
Fab Bike Offers Creative and Inspiring Workshops to Inspire People
Fab Lab London, a digital fabrication and rapid prototyping workspace, has expanded opportunities to reach out to more people to learn and create by introducing the portable Fab Bike workshop. Fab Bike brings the spirit of making and the tools of digital fabrication to any location, allowing individuals of all ages to learn about design, electronics, sustainability and making. Fab Bike is comprised of a bicycle pulling a small trailer which includes tools such as 3-axis CNC machines, microprocessor test stations and an Ultimaker 2 Go 3D printer.
A place for people to come together and create, Fab Lab provides a workspace to make, learn about making and create using tools most makers usually do not have at home. With a portable Fab Bike, businesses, libraries and festivals can be turned into innovative workspaces. Fab Bike holds workshops teaching makers about the world of coding, 3D printing, recycling sustainable materials for design and more.
Ultimaker 3D printers were born in a Fab Lab so we are honored that the Ultimaker 2 Go has been included in the new Fab Bike. It is very exciting that Fab Lab resources are now more easily accessible to the public. We hope Ultimaker’s 3D printers can help spark creativity in people and we are excited to see the new creations that come from this transportable Fab Lab.
The Ultimaker 2 Go 3D printer is the perfect addition to Fab Bike because of its small lightweight design and portable carrying package. Quiet, fast and reliable, the Ultimaker 2 Go is highly user-friendly with a range of features to fit anyone’s needs, from the 3D printing beginner to experienced professional makers.
Since 2011, Ultimaker has built an open and easy-to-use solution of 3D printers, software and materials that enable professional designers and engineers to innovate every day. Today, Ultimaker is the market leader in desktop 3D printing. From offices in the Netherlands, New York, Boston, and Singapore – plus production facilities in Europa and the US – its global team of over 400 employees work together to accelerate the world’s transition to digital distribution and local manufacturing.