Fab Lab Baltimore is a non-profit digital fabrication lab, community workspace, and educational center, that serves as a resource for students, designers, artists, inventors, entrepreneurs, and other professionals, as well as businesses and institutions in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Fab Labs began as an outreach project through MIT's Center for Bits and Atoms. There is now an International Fab Lab Network spanning the globe. More information on Fab Labs can be found here.
Antoinette Childs, Lab Specialist
Antoinette is a graphic designer and avid crafter with a healthy love for Pinterest. Her favorite Fab Lab machine is the laser cutter where you'll find her working on jewelry and gifts for her loved ones.
Stephen Scheidt, Lab Specialist
Stephen is a scientist by profession but is a designer and maker at heart. He's always looking for opportunities to solve engineering problems utilizing digital fabrication, especially 3D printing. He would say that his favorite machine is the Shopbot, but then his home-built CNC machine would get jealous.
Mary Thomas, Lab Specialist
Mary is an engineer turned tool enthusiast who enjoys too many hobbies. When she's not designing new projects for the ShopBot, you'll find her at her favorite machine, the laser cutter.