• September 23, 2020

Tags : Fab Lab El Paso

Fab Lab El Paso, Local Makers use 3D Printers to

As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to grow in El Paso, so does the need for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). To help fill the need, the non-profit Fab Lab El Paso, as well as an alliance of local fabricators and private producers have been working together to create affordable PPE with 3D printers. The […]Read More

Fab Lab El Paso launches mobile STEM lab at Montwood

Recently, Montwood Middle School was part of the unveiling of the Mobile STEM Fab Lab and Electric Code Initiative by Fab Lab El Paso. Fab Lab, in partnership with Microsoft and El Paso Electric, featured its newest initiative, Electric Code, which will offer free computer science lessons for third through 12th-graders. The new program is […]Read More

Fab Lab El Paso to host STEM Luncheon for Project

Fab Lab El Paso is set to host their first inaugural STEM Luncheon featuring keynote speakers Emma Schwartz and Gustavo Arriaga and the first public viewing of the trailer for Fab Lab’s documentary: “Disrupted Borders.” The film, which tells the story of two extraordinary students, won 2nd place at Tribeca Film Institute Documentary Pitch Competition and a mentorship package from […]Read More

Fab Lab El Paso Launches Mobile STEM Lab and Electric

Fab Lab El Paso, a nonprofit makerspace located in Downtown, is launching its ‘Mobile STEM Lab’ with the support of Microsoft, United Way of El Paso County, El Paso Community Foundation, and the Hunt Family Foundation. The Mobile STEM Fab Lab project is an idea pioneered by MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms that brings hands-on […]Read More