EnergyLab - Lomé is the digital fabrication facility of Energy Generation Lomé Campus in Togo. Our lab has two 3D printers (Nemo and Frankenstein), two benchtop CNCs (Gipetto and Pinochio), a 60W laser cutter (bumblebee) a vinyl cutter (vinnie), and a large format CNC (big bertha). We also have numerous shop tools and soldering stations. We specialise in frugal innovation, a form of making/fabbing that makes use of used parts and motors whenever possible.

Students

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Edward Faako

Welder and mechanical engineer

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Pacome Kpodar

was a fabber at Wakat Lab

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Instructors

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Paul Cairns

Senior instructor. Fab Academy 2021 graduate.

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Machines

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Big Bertha the large format CNC
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Bumblebee the laser cutter
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Frankenstein the 3D printer
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Geppeto the benchtop CNC
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Nemo the 3D printer
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Pinnochio the PCB milling CNC
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Vinny the vinyl cutter
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Zorro the wire cutter
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Group Assignments

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Computer-Controlled Cutting
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Electronics Production
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3D Scanning and Printing
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Electronics Design
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Computer Controlled Machining
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Machine Building
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Moulding and Casting
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