We have made lots of cool things. Please come and see them if you're interested in purchasing any of these.

Electronic Kits

We have developed a range of electronics kits. These kits give you the resources you need to learn basic electronics and make a range of outcomes.

E-Textiles Basics Kit

E-Textiles Basics Kit

This kit includes the basic materials you need to get started with E-Textiles.

E-Textiles Basics Kit Plus

E-Textiles Basics Kit Plus

This kit includes a wide range of materials for E-Textiles.

E-Textiles Micro Controller Kit

E-Textiles Micro Controller Kit

This kit includes a microcontroller for smart E-Textiles with flashing lights!

Electronics Starter Kit

Electronics Starter Kit

This kit contains a microcontroller and many electronic components.

Paper Electronics Kit

Paper Electronics Kit

Make a vibrating box or add lights to your book, all posible with this paper electronics kit.

Grove Kit Plus

Grove Kit Plus

Get started with plug and play components and a codeless programming system.

Embedded Electronics Starter Kit

Embedded Electronics Starter Kit

Mill your own pcb board and populate it to create an attiny based led board

Audio Reactive Starter Kit

Audio Reactive Starter Kit

Get started with audio processing with this advanced microcontroller board built for driving LEDs

Treasures

We have designed a suite of jewellery pieces that showcase our fabber's skills and highlight where we are in the world. Fab Lab Wgtn is situated on Pukeahu, which has been an important location for ngakari|gardens. At different times of the year, you will see each of the flowers below. You can purchase these in silver, rose-gold- or gold-plated & with or without the stickpin

Kōtukutuku

Kōtukutuku

The Kōtukutuku tree is the world's largest fuchsia growing up to 12 metres tall. The flowers are rich in nectar attracting many birds such as the Tui, the Bellbird and Silvereye. The kōnini|berries are edible and have other uses, including natural dye.

Tī Kōuka - single flower

Tī Kōuka - single flower

The Tī Kōuka flowers in early summer with a lovely scent. A whakatauki|proverb says that if the Tī Kōuka flowers early we are in for a long hot summer. All parts of the plant can be used for eating, medicinal purposes, and weaving materials.

Tī Kōuka - double flower

Tī Kōuka - double flower

The Tī Kōuka flowers in early summer with a lovely scent. A whakatauki|proverb says that if the Tī Kōuka flowers early we are in for a long hot summer. All parts of the plant can be used for eating, medicinal purposes, and weaving materials.

Kōwhai

Kōwhai

Regarded as New Zealand’s unofficial national flower, you will see Kōwhai trees in the gardens of Pukeahu. Flowering in early spring, these bright yellow flowers attract birds such as Tui and Kereru, and give the tree its name as Kōwhai means yellow in Te Reo Maori.

Kākābeak

Kākābeak

This beautiful flower mirrors the shape of the Kākā bird’s beak giving it its name. Traditionally cultivated for gifting and trading, this rare and beautiful flower continues to bring pleasure to people today. Kākābeak is a particular favourite of the Tui because of the nectar at the base of the flower.