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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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Updates and News all around the ViNN:Lab

3. April 2017

House Site Printing

An on-site house 3D printed in Russia offers a glimpse into what the future of construction might look like.

Apis Cotr, 3D printing specialists based in Russia and San Francisco, say the walls of the building were printed and painted in just 24 hours.

3D printing a home usually involves creating the parts off-site and constructing the building later, however, Apis Cotr uses a mobile printer to print their apartments on-site.

Once the house has been completed, the printer is removed with a crane-manipulator and presumably the roof is then added, followed by the interior fixtures and fittings.

More info about the project: http://www.boredpanda.com/3d-printed-house-apis-cor-russia/

 

20. March 2017

ViNN:Lab meets history.

Last Tuesday a small team from the lab had the opportunity to visit the archives of the DHS.

Between historical treasures we 3D scanned helmets and created 3D models.

A very fascinating aspect was that some helmets are over 1.500 years old but still in splendid condition.

We are very looking forward to more interesting corporations with the DHS.

The ViNN:Lab Team

12. March 2017

LED Bookmarks at the Lab

On the 7th of March we had 5th graders from the elementary school of Zeuthen as our guests at the lab.

The students laserd individualised bookmarks out of cardboard and „pimped“ them with glowing LED lights by tinkering with cooper wire as well as a coin cell.

Everyone was very satisfied with the result and we are very looking forward to more awesome workshops with you at the ViNN:Lab.





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