"Fablab (fabrication laboratory) is regarded as an international organization which originates from a collaboration between the Grassroots Invention Group and the Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA) at the Media Lab in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1998. Based on open source spirit, fablab is an open, well equipped with computer-controlled tools, and later developed as an international community which encourage people making things as well as knowledge sharing. It includes a laboratory space and educational activities such as workshops in order to build up international network and interaction.
In this regards, located in Shinlin District, Taipei, Taiwan, Fablab Dynamic is founded by the collaboration of Digital Art Center Taipei in 2013. As the international standard equipment, we provide a lab space equipped with a laser cutter, two 3D printers, small and big DIY CNC milling machines and a vinyl cutter. Fablab Dynamic initiates technology, global network, and future trend. By setting up the local fablab in Taiwan, we expect to make it local to global, and vice versa. Through the global framework and the integration of local resources, we hope to provide a meeting platform for creative people for interdisciplinary practice, creation, production, innovation as well as research. The application is broadly included architecture, design, art, industry and environmental engineering. Fablab Dynamic mainly focused on social design to find innovative solutions for society such as urban farming, free energy or new media art. In the meantime, we hope to expand collaborations with Asian network as well as the global interaction to create the dialogue of open source and digital fabrication. "