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Who we are

The ViNN:Lab is a prototyping- and creative lab at the TH-Wildau. We love to help people create (almost) anything.

 

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The Maker-Movement

As a part of the FAB LAB Community we strive to provide you with the right technology and training to skyrocket your idea.

 

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How can you imagine the ViNN:Lab?

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ViNN:Blog

Updates and News all around the ViNN:Lab

24. August 2017

3D-Print Goes Fashion Week

The fashion designer Alexis Walsh from New York regularly presents her latest 3D-printed creations at the New York Fashion Week. This year, she worked on 3D-printed studs that were afterwards attached by hand. The aim of the project is to connect the intuitive nature of handiwork with the technological progress of digital modeling.
But try it yourself!
Here in the Lab, unique jewelry, denim shoes and much more have been created.

We are looking forward to seeing you!

Your ViNN:Lab Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

22. August 2017

3D printed bridge railings in China

We are back from our summer break and still feed you with information on innovative technologies all over the world, but also again with interesting updates of our own projects!

Yesterday, the first 3D printed bridge railings in China was officially inaugurated in the city of Nanjing. Using the 3D printers instead of conventional technologies, not only saved around 50% of the usual costs, but made it possible to complete the entire project within 15 days. While in the past engineers usually had stability concerns, the bridge railings did far better in stress tests than traditional cement.

But please read for yourself….

Get more information here: http://www.3ders.org/articles/20170821-chinese-city-of-nanjing-gets-first-3d-printed-bridge-railings.html

Have an innovative start into the new week!

Your ViNN:Lab Team

27. June 2017

PLA Recycling at the Lab.

 

 

In our ViNN:Lab Recycling project we wanted to demonstrate how misprints, support material and other PLA leftovers can be recycled and reused to create something new.

Therefore we shredded PLA misprints and leftovers from a variety of prints and melted the shredded PLA in a conventional oven.

Afterwards we had a solid PLA plate which we reused at the Lab. In this case we lasered rings out of the recycled PLA plate.

From now on we plan to reuse as much of our PLA leftovers as possible this way :)

Best,
The ViNN:Lab Team





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