CTU Danao Fablab is a University Shared Facility funded by the Department of Trade and Industries (DTI) and cooperated by Cebu Technological University Danao Campus. The Fablab looks forward to developing relevant research and innovations in Engineering and Technology utilizing the state-of-the-art equipment available in the facility, particularly 3D printing. It aims to engage more faculty and student researchers into digital fabrication essential to the needs of the industry and the community exploring technological possibilities useful to various applications in the industrial, education, business, and art aspects. It was officially launched last September 17, 2019.
Services offered in this USF include 3D printing and scanning, laser cutting and engraving, large format printing, and other prototyping activities. Fablab also caters to different types of MSMEs to support product and packaging innovation needs. Training on digital designing, such as 2D and 3D designing for MSMEs, faculty, and students, are also offered in the facility.
CTU Danao Fablab has initiated extension programs for MSMEs, start-up entrepreneurs, faculty members, and students to enhance the capabilities of digital applications. Through this initiative, Fablab can provide additional skills on digital fabrication to the community enabling them to improve standards in their respective areas such as business and education.
Produce technological innovations through digital fabrication
Develop industrial and digital fabrication researches in Engineering and Technology
Collaborate with industries and MSMEs in the locality
Assist MSMEs and startups in their entrepreneurial needs specific to digital designing and fabrication
Engage faculty and students to indulge into digital fabrication as a way to adopt Industry 4.0 in their respective fields
CTU Danao Fablab provides access to digital fabrication technologies significant in product development and prototyping. It engages researchers, innovators, students, MSMEs and the community on adapting to digitalization specifically in the field of engineering, technology, agriculture, education and food sector.
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