The environment of fabrication and manufacturing has been dramatically changed with the advent and popularity of digital fabrication and manufacturing such as 3D printer, 3D scanner, laser cutter, cyber physical computing, and unmanned factory robots, which enables anyone to do make almost anything at home or lab. Moreover, its capability of small quantity batch production has accelerated rapid production and world-wide lean start-up. The goal of this course is to give students theory and practice of digital fabrication and manufacturing with a learning-through-experience philosophy. Students can have hands-on experiences of 3D printer, 3D scanner, laser cutter, and CNC (Computer Numerical Control) router along with traditional machines such as milling machine, lathe, welding, and casting. Students are requested to form an inter-disciplinary team and make something touching to the public through skills learned in this course. International students are also welcomed to this course, because all lectures are alternatively provided in English and Korean; all materials are provided in English; and this course is a practice-intensive and experience-oriented course.