A 3D Printing Workshop AND Cafe in Buenos Aires

The neighborhood of Palermo in Buenos Aires is known for its restaurants, but this one is somewhat unique: The 3D Lab Fab & Cafe offers patrons not only coffee and food, but also access to 3D printing technology. They say: 
 
In 3DLab Fab&Café we provide you the cutting edge technology of digital fabrication in your table, while you have a coffee or spend some time studying or inventing something new to save the world! We invite you and encourage you to do it, and in the meantime we offer a delicious menu, with a wide variety of food and beverages.
 
The Lab/Cafe offers not only food and drink, but also sells personal 3D printers such as those from RepRap, Cubify, Leapfrog, Kikai Labs and  Trimaker. You'll also be able to procure supplies for them as well as obtaining repairs if you need any. It also provides 3D scanning services and 3D printing services via a Stratasys uPrint machine. 
 
 
Even more interesting is the ability to use their lab as a workspace. They say you'll be able to invent the future at the Lab/Café and we don't doubt it; all the necessary services are present: equipment, software, workspace, networking and food.  
 
We'd never leave! 
 

General Fabb

Kerry Stevenson, aka "General Fabb" has been writing Fabbaloo posts since he launched the venture in 2007, with an intention to promote and grow the incredible technology of 3D printing across the world. So far, it seems to be working!

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