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Mad Textile Skills Lab December 2016 @FabLabBLN

Introduction to the machines and making small samples Weaving 3D Printing Lasercutting Knitting Our participants making things And check out our new workshops: MTSLab       Advertisements

Teaser Mad Textile Skills Lab 07./08.12.2016 @FablabBerlin

Just a small teaser for the workshop where you can learn to weave on an arduino controlloed loom, knitting on a hacked knitting machine and 3 d print & lasercut accessories. More info We still have tickets! Mad Textile Skills Lab Yes, we like our cats on everything! 😀

Mad Textile Skills Lab @FablabBerlin 07./08.12.2106

Welcome to the first ever 4 in 1 workshop by ETIBerlin in collaboration with FabLab Berlin. We will be offering introductions to machineknitting & weaving and you´ll be able to use 3D printing and lasercutting to fashion yourself a bag! We have yummy yarns lined up for knitting and weaving and several 3d printable and … Continue reading

3dk.berlin Filament Sponsoring @3dkTeam

Just in time for the Makerfaire in Berlin on the 30.09.-02.10.16 I wanted to blog about a generous sponsoring by 3dk.berlin for an open source project I will talk about in due course. Mmmmmmmmmmh, yum colours! Maybe you can guess by looking at the pics what it´s going to be… 😀 Here are some of … Continue reading

ETIB @ FabLab Berlin – Kicking off the season with workshops

In collaboration with FabLab Berlin ETIB will be giving workshops on a range of topics that we will be developing as we go along. Our main goal is to bring hacked machine knitting closer to people using the AYAB hack, teach easy ways to make all things textile the way you want and combine crafts/textiles … Continue reading

Serge Ecker (& ETIB) Exhibition Luxemburg & Paris

Serge Ecker is an artist specialized in photography and 3D Printing but always looking to expand his art into different media such as textiles. He is part of a Grid design in Luxemburg and travels the worls extensively to find his magnificient motifs. In december he contacted ETIB and wanted to have a special series … Continue reading