OpenLab Group Lugano
Dropped by EASE
November 21, 2021
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In OpenLab you will always find everything you need to complete your project. Machinery, equipment, devices, materials, the space to work easily and, when necessary, the help of an expert always available. You don’t need anything else!

Something is missing? We will go out of our way to get it for you!

Some machines are more complex than others. Don’t worry, that’s what we’re here for! Our guys are always available and will explain exactly how to do it. Aren’t you interested in a particular stage of processing? that’s fine anyway, we’ll take care of it for you so you can focus on the rest.

We essentially provide two types of training: scheduled courses or assistance, consultancy and “on demand” support with respect to the specific needs of the user.

Do you have an idea in your head but you don’t know where to start? You are in the right place! We will help you transform your idea into an executive project so that the next phase, that of implementation, is efficient and free of surprises.

Do you like to develop the creative part of a project but prefer to leave the executive part to more expert hands? No problem, realizing is our passion and the more complex the project, the better!
Grandma’s turntable, grandfather’s press, the old rocking chair … All objects to which we have a strong sentimental bond and which we would like to come back to life. But now no one fixes them anymore, if not at stratospheric costs. We can repair them together with you or we can take care of them completely.
In many cases, to understand if the market is actually interested in your idea, it is useful to have a prototype that does not necessarily have all the requirements of the final product but that, aesthetically, is as close as possible to what will go on the market. We can develop it together, for example by 3D printing it, or we can make it for you.

The idea is good, and it would also have a large market, but is it technically feasible? how much would it cost to make a prototype? and what investments are needed to produce it in series? These are fundamental questions that require skills you probably don’t have. We may not have the right answer, but we have a lot of experience to give you some useful advice.

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