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Revision as of 13:33, 29 December 2017

Website www.fabmobil.org, www.theconstitute.org
Contact mail@fabmobil.org

DECT comming

Description We run a mobile Fab Lab in east Germany. For rural and decentralized areas. For Kids, Youths, Elders and all beyond and between. For positive civil societey, for an open discourse and free and explorative learning and making. Against xenophobia, racism, sexism, lookism and nationalism.
Members
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions Fabmobil - Mobiles Fablab-Konzept für den ländlichen Raum
Tags fablab, design, politics, rural, impact
Registered on
Provides stage yes
Location for self-organized sessions yes
Self-organized session notes just a daily meet up discussion for people interested in mobile hack make and fab spaces... how does it work, what are the chances and problems
Orga contact mail@fabmobil.org
Brings We bring a big black bus. A tour bus. Fully equipped with what a fablab dreams of. We also have a nice markise on the outside, so it will become a weird place to hang out and talka bout how we as a community can have an impact not only in cyber and urban spaces, but also in rural and decentralized areas. We want to use this opportunity to talk and share our knowledge of bringing creative technologies into the broad countryside.
Projects The fabmobil as a social project, results from workshops with kids and youths
Uses money no money handling
Need fibre no
Extra Power yes

We need access to 32A power supply

Near passage would be great
Character of assembly place to show and meet
Seats needed 0
Extra seats 0
Aread needed 50
Arrival and build up One day in advance!

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We bring a big black bus. A tour bus. Fully equipped with what a fablab dreams of. We also have a nice markise on the outside, so it will become a weird place to hang out and talka bout how we as a community can have an impact not only in cyber and urban spaces, but also in rural and decentralized areas. We want to use this oppoortunity to talk and share our knowledge of bringing creative technologies into the broad countryside.




There will be 4 workshops on Junghackertag; max 10 participants each and workshops on friday and saturday.

-> please register in advance

10:00 - 12:00 3D Print
Mark (DECT 2903)
Julius (DECT 2904)
Lolo (DECT 5001)
Helena Sperber (DECT 3035)
Clara Sperber (DECT 3035)
Nick Hoffmann
Peter
Christoph
12:15 - 14:15 3D Print
Emma Ox (DECT: 8933)
Ada Ox (DECT: 5022)
Timek
Elenya
Max (DECT: 7720)
Arthur (DECT: 7720)
Anton
Magnus
14:30 - 16:30 Laser Cutting
Matti
Smilla
Ella
Leene Mia
Arthur (DECT 7720)
Max (DECT 7720)
Corvin
Leonie


16:45 - 18:45 Laser Cutting
Mark (DECT 2903)
Julius (DECT 2904)
Timek
Justus Wördemann
Kirill
Lisi
Jerre
Finn


Friday / 14:00 - 17:00 3D Printing and Laser Cutting
Kirill
Lisi
Leni
Jerre'
Lucas
Oscar
Karsten & Jaro
Momo


Saturday / 14:00 - 17:00 3D Printing and Laser Cutting
Anna
Helena
Ivan
free
free
free
free
free