Facebook has today we opened the biggest and most advanced hardware lab in Facebook’s history.

The hardware lab will help Facebook build on its projects which include Oculus headsets to solar-powered planes.

The new lab will also be a hub where engineers can work together to make even faster progress towards connecting the world.

With a size of half a football field, the lab is filled with everything ranging from a 5-axis water jet that can cut through steel and granite to a 9-axis mill-turn lathe.

There is even an electron microscope and a CT scanner that will let engineers examine components for failure analysis.