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=== 3D printer ===
=== 3D printer ===
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=== Molding and Casting ===
=== Molding and Casting ===

Revision as of 14:23, 4 January 2017

The first Fab Lab in Iceland is located in Vestmannaeyjar, and run by Nýsköpunarmiðstöð Íslands, Iceland Innovation Center ,

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Fab Lab
Location: Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland
Lab managers: {{{Managers}}}
Opened: 1. July 2008
(+354) 522 9440
Fab Lab manager
Frosti Gislason
frosti @ nmi.is
Dalavegur 2, 900 Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland
Elsewhere on the Web
Fab Lab Iceland Facebook page
Fab Lab kennsla Facebook group
Project idea's & documentation for teachers

Schedule / Opening Hours

Regular opening hours:
Mon: 10:00 - 17:00
Tue: 10:00 - 17:00
Wed: 10:00 - 17:00
Thu: 10:00 - 17:00
Fri: 10:00 - 17:00


Laser cutter

Vinyl cutter

Small milling machine

Big milling machine

Available Tools (from Onsrund)
48-005, 52-244BL, 52-280, 52-910, 56-041, 56-082
57-910, 57-287, 64-000, 65-012, 65-025, 77-102

3D scanning

3D printer

Molding and Casting

We have a small stock from www.smooth-on.com



  • 14x computer with open source software and internet
  • 1x presentation console with projector and sound


Vestmannaeyjar is an archipelago of roughly 15 islands and numerous crags off the south coast of Iceland, and is home to 4000 people, about 4 million Puffins, about 8 million other birds, and around 500 sheep. With a prevalent easterly wind, the southernmost tip of the main island, Heimaey, is the windiest place in Europe. In 1973 a volcano errupted on the main island, crushing 400 houses and causing the inhabitants to evacuate to the mainland to safety. Now we're back and we're even digging up parts of old town that went under the lava flow. It's a pretty nice place, with plenty to do: big festivals in July and August, rock climbing, abseiling, sailing, hunting, angling,... and it's only 4 hours by boat+bus to the only city, Reykjavík, which is also a fun place.