Learn by Doing


3D Printing

What can you make with a 3D printer? Well, just about anything if you have one that's big enough (last year, Dubai debuted the world's first 3D printed office). As a technology that has the potential to revolutionize how we build our cities, 3D printing is becoming ubiquitous in fabrication labs around the world for makers who want to experiment with new technologies as they integrate urban tech into everyday living.


Robotics are changing everything from how we build to how we work, and even whether we work at all, with robots expected to take over most jobs within the next 30 years. At our fablab, engineers are invited to experiment with this cutting edge technology as we reinvent the next wave of work, play and leisure.

Virtual Reality

A nascent technology, virtual reality has the power to transport us to new and imagined worlds, limited only by the power of our imaginations. As we explore various applications for VR technologies, we look to foster and draw on kmt's creative, collaborative spirit to redefine the limits of our creativity as we envision new worlds.

Internet of Things

The Internet of Thing - the networking of devices, objects and things in our environment - marks the beginning of a new phase in how our homes and cities function. Forecasts have it that $78 trillion will be spent on city infrastructure in the next 10 years, which means that wiring those cities so that they are smart, connected and responsive is more important today than ever before.

Laser Cutting

Because of its flexibility in modelling and its (literal) laser precision, laser cutting has taken the manufacturing industry by storm. Its various applications for small and large businesses as well as community organizations means that it is quickly becoming key to everything from medicine, food and fashion to furniture-making and architecture.

How They Work

Our workshops are open to anyone and everyone with an
interest in the given subject. By conducting them in small groups,
our qualified instructors are able to provide individual guidance
through every step, so you get the most out of what you do.

The length of workshops vary according to subject, but generally
take a few days, operating at regular working hours.

Signing up is quick and easy, but be sure to apply quickly,
as spaces are allocated on a first-come first-serve basis!