To participate in one of Fab Lab Tulsa’s classes perform the following steps:

1.  Join the lab and purchase lab membership at our lab facility located at 710 S. Lewis Avenue Tulsa, OK 74104

2.  Login as a member and review the revolving monthly class schedule

3.  Sign up for a seat in one or more of our mandatory safety/basic instruction classes


Fab Lab Tulsa provides its members complimentary (and mandatory) safety/basic instruction classes as part of their memberships.  Safety/basic instruction classes instruct new members in the fundamentals of using the lab facility and utilizing its digital fabrication machinery.  Classes are meant to be accessible to everyone and are instructed with the novice maker in mind.  Classes do not require new members to bring any additional computers or other materials.   New members must attend safety/basic instruction classes prior to using the labs computer-controlled machinery.  Seating is limited.

Core safety/basic instruction classes listed below and are held Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday evenings from 6:00pm to 8:00pm on a monthly cycle.  New members may log in to their online self-service portal using the “Members” link at the top of the page to view and sign up for the current slate of classes.

• LAB ORIENTATION CLASS:  Lab facility operation, member and staff responsibilities, general lab safety, general computer-aided design (CAD) software discussion, online resources relevant to makers

• VINYL CUTTER BASICS (2 hours):  2D CAD, 2D tool-pathing, and vinyl cutter setup and operation

• LASER CUTTER BASICS (2 hours):  2D CAD, 2D tool-pathing, and laser cutter setup and operation

• FDM 3D PRINTING BASICS (2 hours):  3D tool-pathing and 3D printer setup and operation

• SLA 3D PRINTING BASICS (2 hours):  3D tool-pathing and 3D printer setup and operation

• LARGE MILLING MACHINE BASICS (4 hours):  2D CAD, 2D tool-pathing, and milling machine setup and operation


Fab Lab Tulsa supports a series of staff-led project-based classes that are accessible to members and non-members alike.  “Make & Take” Classes introduce novice makers to digital design and fabrication through hands-on, start-to-finish projects.  Included with the class fee, students are provided with computing resources, software instruction, materials, and hands-on exposure to computer-controlled machinery.  Students gain an understanding of digital fabrication and leave the class with their own take-home project.

Make & Take classes are held weeknights and Saturdays with new subjects and projects introduced every month.  View the current Make & Take classes schedule below: