Just a reminder that Bob has been kind enough to post his plans for a miniaturized cardboard puzzle dinosaur up here:
A timelapse showing how I make Bristol paper art. Original at:
By Sally Jackson
Jim Anderson was gracious enough to lead a parent-kid press fit bird house building workshop over the span of several weeks. He used Dean's press fit tutorial (http://cucfablab.org/book/advanced-press-fit-box).
Possibly of interest: a project from the Mixed Reality Lab at Keio University. From this description, we could probably replicate it--though I don't know if we would want to. :-)
See their web page for an explanation:
Joan from the UIUC Women's Resource Center was kind enough to donate us some remote control toys and pine wood derby car sets. They're now available for free use in the lab!
By Peter Organisciak:
A couple of helpful signs, by Virginia McCreary:
A laser cut dice roller by Charlie Mooney:
Instructables featured this project this weeK:
What could possibly go wrong?
New for Halloween: small dinaosaur, to cut from pressboard.
Purchase a 6x12 in piece of pressboard from the lab attendant, then download the files. The file 'ptero-small.pdf' is all you need.
Use the Epilog Mini laser to make your own dinosaru today!
I made a small Jack'o'lantern on the new UP! printer.
The project was downloaded from Thingiverse, http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4494 by DocProfSky. The STL file is in the Downloads folder on the UP! machine.
Help Wanted: This Jack'o'lantern is intended to have a light inside, e.g., a LED and battery. I need some folks to help finish this part of the project.