in5 conducted demonstrations on their new CNC Milling machine where visitors were able to see the ongoing process of topographical milling.
Visitors could view the projects from the viewing area at in5 prototyping lab. CNC milling, or computer numerical control milling, is a machining process which employs computerized controls and rotating multi-point cutting tools to progressively remove material from the work piece and produce a custom-designed part or product. This process is suitable for machining a wide range of materials, such as metal, plastic, glass, and wood, and producing a variety of custom-designed parts and products.
in5 is an enabling platform for entrepreneurs and startups, fostering innovation and helping new ideas reach the marketplace. Launched by TECOM Group, in5 offers five key benefits, which comprise a robust business set-up framework, training and mentorship, networking, investment opportunities, and cutting-edge prototyping labs, studios and creative workspaces.
in5’s three specialised innovation centers, tailored to Tech, Design and Media, provide aspiring students, entrepreneurs and startups with access to a community of creative minds, facilitating the constant exchange of knowledge and exposing members to best practices and latest thinking in running successful businesses.
At in5, it is our mandate to help inventive companies grow locally, so they make a tangible difference globally, by providing an enabling environment across the full lifecycle of the business.
Sikendar, is a maker who graduated from Heriot Watt University in Engineering and subsequently worked at design and fabrication labs in Dubai. He showed much interest in learning and conducting Machine workshops and is currently working with in5, where he aims to educate the people in Dubai with the DIY culture. He will be running a variety of simple demonstration at the in5 prototyping Lab this year during the Dubai Design Week.
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