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The Hardesty Center for Fab Lab Tulsa is an IRS qualified 501 (c) (3) tax exempt, not-for-profit entity located in the Kendall-Whittier neighborhood of Tulsa.  Fab Lab Tulsa provides community access to advanced manufacturing and digital fabrication tools for learning skills, developing inventions, creating businesses and producing personalized products.  Fab Lab Tulsa is one of […]

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» 2014 Tulsa Mini Maker Faire

Thanks to all of our exhibitors, presenters, volunteers, and visitors for making this year’s Tulsa Mini Maker Faire a resounding success!

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» 1/4 Scale Model T moter and radiator converted for use on an Peitenpol Sky Scout

The 1/4 scale Model T motor, first generated in 3D in AutoCad, from drawings, photos and taking measurements of the real thing. As the print time was excessive I made 4 “sections” of the motor with alignment pins so that it could be assembled and maintain consistency. I used Bondo to smooth out the obvious […]

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» Tulsa Iconic Buildings Project

This is an acrylic representation of iconic Tulsa buildings. Each of the buildings fits into a custom made wooden base with led strip and switch to light it up. Made with laser cutter.

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» Outdoor Furniture

These mid-century modern inspired cedar chairs were designed and fabricated at Fab Lab Tulsa using Inkscape, PartWorks, and the ShopBot.

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» Custom Computer Desk

This computer desk evolved through four digital revisions in Sketch Up.  A prototype was milled from plywood using Fab Lab Tulsa’s large 3-axis milling machine.  A rolling computer tower stand (pictured left) was also fabricated in the same manner.

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» New life for old chairs!

The bases for these old fiberglass shell chairs can be hard to come by, so I designed and built some at Fab Lab Tulsa.

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