DeltaLab is an association law 1901 of general interest, which aims to establish a space dedicated to innovation, digital production, prototyping and artistic expression.
The ecosystem between Drôme and Vaucluse
The Maison Milon, includes more than 1000 m² of dedicated spaces:
Manufacturing laboratory open to the general public, equipped with several 3D printers, 3-axis/5-axis CNC milling machines, a 100w co2 laser cutter, a vinyl cutter, a thermoformer… The use of these machines is free under the control of a DeltaLab approved supervisor.
Fablab Pro where you can find not only material-adding machines (wire, ceramic, stereo-lithography, etc.), but co2 and fibre laser cutting machines, 3-axis XXL and 5-axis CNC milling machines, a plasma cutting machine, etc. These machines are reserved for experienced users with the corresponding “passport”.
Coworking brings together two concepts: a shared workspace, but also a network of workers encouraging exchange and openness. It is one of the areas of the collaborative economy. Deltalab has open workspaces for collective use or reserved spaces with private offices for start-ups.
DeltaLab prefers the Maison Milon layout, favouring meeting or conference rooms (from 10 to 100 seats), and user-friendly spaces for information exchange.
Deltalab has developed a vast digital ecosystem between Drôme and Vaucluse to meet local needs in prototyping that were previously not covered, to complement existing resources or equipment that are insufficient for professional use, and to establish partnerships with existing digital structures or initiatives.
Located in Grillon, between Drôme and Vaucluse, Maison Milon is an 17th-century building which was restored and modernized in 1980 to house the International Institute of Polymers. It then became the property of the municipality of Grillon, which installed its media library.