What We Do
We are creating an open access lab focused on the maker
community, advocating local innovation, and providing
resource for inventors and entrepreneurs of Dhaka.
Entry open for all ages and backgrounds.
You don’t have to be an engineer!
Use Fab Lab
Companies can support Dhaka’s maker community by joining us for a partnership. In return our partners will be presented in our studio space and on our website. Our workshop facilities are at your service for prototyping as well as hosting events, workshops and training for employees.
For Education & Research
Universities and Schools can benefit from our Infrastructure, Teachers and Researchers. Our Workshops and facilities are at your service to give education and research a new dimension. Fast, easy and accessible – Open Innovation is our mission.
We take care of the studio and the machines and offer it to you to realize you ideas, offer workshops or learn from other members. We will host at least one open lab day a week that is free of charge and open to everyone interested in digital fabrication and making. On top of that we offer several membership options. Our studio and machines can be reserved for personal events and projects at a modest rate and we offer support for realizing your dreams!
20th August 2017
Day long workshops on 3D Printing, Laser cutting and CNC Milling. Partners such as Puzzlefun and Forgedimension conducted some of the sessions. Participants included students and faculty of different universities and other fablabs in Bangladesh. We also hand demonstration of projects from various makers. To the end day, we had a brief discussion between invited industry representatives and fab labs members on how we can collaborate.
18th November 2016
What would the world be like, if Teleportation existed?
Fab Lab Dhaka and Moar is organising an event for those individuals who would like to spend a day just imagining what that world can be. Let's take time out of our busy lives, solving current world problems, and step in to the future.
Seats are limited due to logistical constraints. We would like you to fill up the application form below and after a short review process, we will send out invitations to the selected participants.
Application Form: https://goo.gl/forms/yThUrA8y8CT1o7FK2
Facebook Page: https://bit.ly/2d7CUp7
Weekly Every Saturday
If you can imagine it, then you can also build it.
With this motto, Fab Labs around the world are providing resources to enable people to build, anything they want.
Fab Lab Dhaka is inviting you to start exploring these resources. We are launching a weekly workshop and discussion on CNC Milling and Digital Fabrication, to be held every Saturday. The attendance is free of charge, but seats are limited to 5 per session.
Sign Up: https://goo.gl/forms/wGt84XiUR2PIqRyC2
Facebook Page: http://bit.ly/2dD4Rns
31st October 2015
Project showcase, workshops, build competitions, you name it, MakerMeet will have it all.
Filled with invention, creativity and resourcefulness, MakerMeet will be an all-ages gathering of tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, authors, artists, students, and commercial exhibitors.
MakerMeet is open for all kinds of makers to learn and share their knowledge and skills.
Who we are
Mehad ul Haque
Mehad is one of the lead tinkers of Fablab Dhaka and a final- year undergraduate student of Electrical and Electronics Engineering from BRAC University. Mehad’s key specialization lies in fabricating smart electronics and robotics engineering.
Tauseef is the man with the vision of FabLab Dhaka. He is an all hands on person, with wide interests ranging from hardware projects, creative making, to water issues and electric vehicles. He currently works in a software company.
Abu Saleh Muhammad Pushon
Pushon is a science enthusiast who is eager to promote science & innovation to the mass. He is a graduate in petroleum engineering, with interest in cosmology, evolution, machine learning and artificial intelligence.