PrusaLab

Partyzánská 188/7A, Prague

Fab Lab

Space size 350 m²

Opened in June 2018

Structure type Company

Explored in June 2022


PrusaLab is a prototyping workshop & makerspace under Josef Prusa's roof at Prusa3D HQ in Prague. We 3D print, prototype and accelerate hardware projects

Contact

+420 226 258 518
Member of VULCA

Social networks

Main interests

Technology - machines & tools Entrepreneurship Digital fabrication Residency makers

This workshop is great for:

Artists Entrepreneurs Makers pro Hobbyist makers

The closest workshops nearby are:

MAKER RESIDENCY 2023 with PRUSALAB

🇨🇿 MAKERS RESIDENCY 2023 with PRUSA LAB ⬇️

We’re glad to open our 3rd residency After the Large format 3D printer in 2021 and the Living forest in 2022 we’re opening a new residency offer.

👩🏻‍🔧 TYPE OF ACTIVITIES: Collaboration on creative engineering projects (art installations, research or product development); skills expected: mechatronics, electronics, programming, digital fabrication
⏳ PERIOD: 4 - 12 weeks
🗓️ DATES: 1st quartal of 2023
🚂 TRANSPORT: We pay for all transport fees
🏡 ACCOMMODATION: modern studio apartment
🥗 FOOD: not included
🍺 BEER: included
💰 EXTRA FINANCIAL SUPPORT: Not included
🎁 EXTRA GIFT : Original Prusa i3MK3
👥 HOW MANY PLACES: 1
⏰ APPLICATION DEADLINE: Mid January 2023

Start your Journey

(If the orange button doesn’t open well, please, just send us an email on residency@vulca.eu with :
- Object: MAKER RESIDENCY - PRUSALAB 2023
- Message : Short presentation of yourself + when you’re available for a video call)

Interview & guided tour

Meet someone from the team & discover the space by yourself!

Our workshop

Learn more about our space, members, machines & services!

PrusaLab first opened as a makerspace on June 6, 2018. The reason for its establishment? Josef Průša wanted to provide a quality environment for the maker community he himself came from.

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, the workshop underwent a transformation — unfortunately, we had to close our door to the public, and we switched to custom production and started offering prototyping services. At the same time, we launched an accelerator program that helps selected projects develop a hardware product throughout an intensive six-month development run.

The positive experience with the accelerator has prompted us to launch a new, exclusive membership at the end of 2021.

Today and for the future we cultivate a place where makers, DIYers, architecture students, small entrepreneurs and many more can create to the best of their abilities. We share our knowledge and experience and cultivate the Czech maker community and beyond.

Discover more on YouTube : Interview of Ondřej Kašpárek - How PrusaLab has evolved ? & Projects compilation in PrusaLab

Nearly two years of continuous operation followed, and by the end, our membership even exceeded the magic number of 100 members monthly with 50% changing rate. Nowardays instead of extensive growth we rather collaborate more intense with selected members and project we can mutually develeop.

Then if you come to visit us at PrusaLab you’ll most probably meet one of us :

  • Tereza Vaníková - Project and Office Manager - Maker
  • Ondřej Kašpárek - Creative strategist - Teamleader - Enthusiast
  • Daniel Jirotka - MakeMore and Makerfaire organiser
  • Vojtěch Kolařík - Program and Community Manager, Fundraiser, Development at Make More and Makerfaire organiser
  • Karolína Smutková - Make More active members, part of Fablab Brno, Prusalab and helping on Makerfaire from time to time.

PrusaLab is a hi-tech prototyping space under the wings of Josef Průša and Prusa Research. This FabLabs has a lot of support from Prusa Research company and it founder.

PrusaLab first opened as a makerspace on June 6, 2018. The reason for its establishment? Josef Průša wanted to provide a quality environment for the maker community he himself came from.

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, the workshop underwent a transformation — unfortunately, we had to close our door to the public, and we switched to custom production and started offering prototyping services. At the same time, we launched an accelerator program that helps selected projects develop a hardware product throughout an intensive six-month development run.

The positive experience with the accelerator has prompted us to launch a new, exclusive membership at the end of 2021.

Today and for the future we cultivate a place where makers, DIYers, architecture students, small entrepreneurs and many more can create to the best of their abilities. We share our knowledge and experience and cultivate the Czech maker community and beyond.

Discover more on YouTube : Interview of Ondřej Kašpárek - How PrusaLab has evolved ? & Projects compilation in PrusaLab

Nearly two years of continuous operation followed, and by the end, our membership even exceeded the magic number of 100 members monthly with 50% changing rate. Nowardays instead of extensive growth we rather collaborate more intense with selected members and project we can mutually develeop.

Then if you come to visit us at PrusaLab you’ll most probably meet one of us :

  • Tereza Vaníková - Project and Office Manager - Maker
  • Ondřej Kašpárek - Creative strategist - Teamleader - Enthusiast
  • Daniel Jirotka - MakeMore and Makerfaire organiser
  • Vojtěch Kolařík - Program and Community Manager, Fundraiser, Development at Make More and Makerfaire organiser
  • Karolína Smutková - Make More active members, part of Fablab Brno, Prusalab and helping on Makerfaire from time to time.

PrusaLab is a hi-tech prototyping space under the wings of Josef Průša and Prusa Research. This FabLabs has a lot of support from Prusa Research company and it founder.

Technologies & processes available

3D printing Laser cutting Electronics

Services offered

R&D missions Startups & projects incubation / mentoring Product R&D

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