Everyone Invited To Make:Shift:Do at FabLab Nerve Centre

Everyone Invited To Make:Shift:Do at FabLab Nerve Centre

As part of the UK-wide Make:Shift:Do Festival, FabLab Nerve Centre are inviting people of all ages to its free open day, on Thursday 28 October, to try their hand at the latest in digital fabrication equipment.

From 1-5pm attendees will have the opportunity to get to grips with everything from laser-cutting and 3D-printing to CNC-milling. With help from FabLab staff they can create their own t-shirt print, unique key ring or keepsake box – the possibilities are endless.

A FabLab is a place you can famously ‘Make Almost Anything’ and if you want to see what that means and become part of a global movement that is helping people to become inventors, hackers and creators then get along to the Nerve Centre on October 28. Everyone is welcome and it’s free!

Make:Shift:Do is organised by the Crafts Council, in partnership with founding partners the V&A and the Institute of Making at University College London, and supported by partners the Centre for Fine Print Research at University of the West of England, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, Fab Lab Nerve Centre, and Ultimaker GB.

The UK-wide programme will see Maker Spaces and FabLabs across the UK open their doors to the public for nearly 40 workshops, events and activities.

For more information on FabLab contact Eamon Durey on 028 7126 0562.

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