Enter the future of manufacturing – Be part of the digital industrial revolution – Bring ideas and imagination to life
“Give ordinary people the right tools, and they will design and build the most extraordinary things”
-Neil Gershenfeld Founder – Centre for Bits and Atoms, MIT
Leading edge, high tech equipment – Interactive, enquiry based workshops – Independent, hands-on learning
Sign up for our TY workshops designed to explore digital fabrication and the future of manufacturing at Ireland’s first Fab Lab
To book your visit, please call 0505 56062
or email email@example.com
What’s FAB at the Fab Lab?
Pioneered by the MIT Centre for Bits and Atoms – A platform for learning and innovation – A place to create, to learn and to invent
The Fab Lab provides widespread access to modern means for invention
Why Digital Fabrication?
Human Creativity, Machine Precision – Design, prototype and build your own products – Join the new generation of designers and makers
Digital Fabrication is a manufacturing process where the machine used is controlled by a computer
3D Printing – Laser Cutting – CNC Machining – Electronics
Product design, arts and crafts, electronics – Robotics, fashion, prototyping – Enterprise and business through STEAM subjects
Explore how this innovative technology can influence your future career
WeCreate TY workshops incorporate the five central teaching and learning skills with specific NCCA curriculum learning outcomes.
Transition Year students will:
- Learn how to design, build and invent the products of the future, using critical and creative thinking and practical know how
- Participate in collaborative activities with direct access to high end computer controlled machines and turn designs into prototypes
Work with specially trained staff to apply enquiry and problem solving skills to develop ideas.
To book your visit, please call 0505 56062 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
“Our transition year trip to the WeCreate Fab Lab was an exceptional educational experience for the students which they really enjoyed and learned many technical skills. The students got the chance to actively engage in various activities such as Laser cutting, 3-D printing, CAD and Electronics. The experienced staff at WeCreate made the day fun and I enjoyed working with them. The trip was a step into the future!”
Paul Butler St Joseph’s CBS Nenagh
WeCreate Workspace is located in the Ecovillage, Cloughjordan, Co. Tipperary
See Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/Y9HVM
Coach parking is available directly outside the centre