A tinker used to be a travelling mender of pots and pans, and now also means someone who enjoys meddling with and repairing equipment. In the Tinker Studio of the Museum of Industry, you can experiment with all sorts of materials to your heart's content .

You can get creative in all sorts of ways: making a paper birthday crown, programming a robot to dance, taking something apart and turning it into something new …

In the Tinker Studio, you will discover how the machines in the museum work with cogs, levers or rubber bands, for example.

Sometimes, there is a volunteer to help you on your way.

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