Making makers make maker machines

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Abstract

Fablab 2.0 is about enabling Fablabs as development platforms for new fabrication technologies. From this perspective, we have an obligation to become meta­reflective on our technology development ­ not just for immediate usability and transparency for users, but to push the frontiers of what is possible within the maker movement. In this paper we will explore selected cases of how Fablab RUC as a research Fablab develops new maker tools for students, researchers and entrepreneurs ­ and how they have become an important ingredient in staying vital for the overall discourse.
Fablab 2.0 is about enabling Fablabs as development platforms for new fabrication technologies. From this perspective, we have an obligation to become meta­reflective on our technology development ­ not just for immediate usability and transparency for users, but to push the frontiers of what is possible within the maker movement. In this paper we will explore selected cases of how Fablab RUC as a research Fablab develops new maker tools for students, researchers and entrepreneurs ­ and how they have become an important ingredient in staying vital for the overall discourse.

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ConferenceFab12
LocationSheraton Shenzhen Futian Hotel China
CountryChina
CityShenzen
Period08/08/201614/08/2016
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    Hobye, M., Padfield, N., & Pedersen, M. H. (2016). Making makers make maker machines. Paper presented at Fab12, Shenzen, China.
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