Workshop Documentations

The FabLab is a platform for project-based, hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) experiential learning at the University of Texas's Central Library. "Fab Labs," or Fabrication Laboratories , began as an outreach project from the Center for Bits and Atoms at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Each lab within this global network aspires and allows users to "make (almost) anything" . Selection of equipments at the Fab Lab covers a wide range of advance technology including but not limited to 3D printing , 3D scanning, Auxilliary, Cutting and Etching, Open-source electronic prototyping platform (Arduino), and Textiles.
This 3 hours workshop was designed and developed specifically for the Fab Lab by a number of students in Ememeging Technology class. I took part in planning, organizing, and lecturing along side with a few other graduate students.

workshop Outline

TINKERCAD FOR MAKING 3D PRINTED MOLDS

Role: Organizer + Lecturer

CASTING WITH 3D PRINTED MOLDS

Role: Assistant

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