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Our mission

We are empowering every person and organization to participate in the creative economy
 by providing learning-, collaboration-, and creation opportunities.


What are FabLabs?

FabLabs are a global network of local labs, enabling invention by providing access to tools for digital fabrication.

The FabLab movement is closely aligned with the DIY movement, open-source hardware, maker culture, and the free and open-source movement, and shares philosophy as well as technology with them.

What we Do

Technology Education

Exposure to new technologies and the development of related skills and giving makers creative autonomy.


Bringing researchers, students, and entrepreneurs together to encourage, entrepreneurial activities and tech transfer.


Helping individuals, startups and small businesses to turn their ideas into business.

KX Knowledge Xchange

20,000+ m² Innovation space

We’re part of an entrepreneurial community of KMUTT university at their innovation hub – KX Knowledge Xchange, a new 19-floor high-end space in Bangkok, based 5 minutes from Wongwien Yai BTS in Thonburi. The mission is to establish a vivid and aspiring community of businesses, academics, and entrepreneurs who would be able to benefit most from each other and from being based at the KX Knowledge Xchange.

Challenge yourself, aquire new skills & solve big problems!

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The Fab Charter

What makes FabLabs different to other Makerspaces is a set of guidelines that all labs follow.

What is a FabLab?

FabLabs are a global network of local labs, enabling invention by providing access to tools for digital fabrication.

What is in a FabLab?

FabLabs share an evolving inventory of core capabilities to make (almost) anything, allowing people and projects to be shared.

Who can use a FabLab?

FabLabs are available as a community resource, offering open access for individuals as well as scheduled access for programs.

What are the responsibilities of users?

Safety: not hurting people or machines

Operations: assisting with cleaning, maintaining and improving the lab

Knowledge: contributing to documentation and instruction

Who owns FabLab inventions?

Designs and processes developed in FabLabs can be protected and sold however an inventor chooses, but should remain available for individuals to use and learn from.

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