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Sean White Nametag

So on my nametag I wanted to include some true art that was created by Squidward Tentacles. I always wanted a nametag that would also

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Ashley Jun Name tag

Design and build process When discussing this assignment in lab, one of the instructors mentioned that we could make our nametag into whatever shape but

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Career Fair Name Tag

My project for this week was to make an engraved name tag. My Career Fair is rapidly approaching, so I decided to make a variant

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Laser Nametag

For my name tag, I wanted to do something fun and related to a fandom I like. After going through a couple of ideas, I

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Iteration Assignment

Original Work I created a very poor implementation of a circuit design that I was very proud of. In the below video, I discuss issues

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Final Project: PiCrawler

PiCrawler is my final project for this course. It is a voice-controlled robot that can move in all directions on the ground.  The robot integrated

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Final Project

Question 1. I made an art mobile that can be used to lit the room and showcase my photos. I often light my room at

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Copper Tape Project

For my copper tape project I created a mothers day card. I wanted to include a silhouette of our family so I spent most of

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Final Project

For the final project I chose to make a skirt for my mom. I chose to use linen for skirt so it was breathable in

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Final Project (AirB&B)

Siena Walsh I’m very proud of my finished project “Air B & B”. From inspiration to completion I really put my heart into this project,

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Final Project Reflection

For my final project, I was inspired by a pokéball-themed Nintendo Switch cartridge case that I found on YouTube.  My initial idea was to make

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The Emulation Station

Concept Emerges. Our last assignment! This project is supposed to be reflective of what we learned about the design process this semester. We had tasks

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Final Project

Question 1: Show us what you made for your final project.  Include at least two in-process photos and two final photos (or videos!) of your

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Final Project

Question 1 For the final project, I have created a turn-signal sweater/jacket. This jacket is designed for bikers to use, especially at night. When it

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Final Project: Sonar

Final Project For the final project, I decided to use an arduino and the HC-SR04 ultrasonic sensor. Although the sensor was quite basic, I have

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Final Project

For my final project I wanted to reproduce something similar to this art piece made by Ben Young using computerized machinery: The original piece was

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Brandon Steinman – rPi Spotify remote

My project was a remote for Spotify that uses a Raspberry Pi! Here’s a video and some pictures: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1MnYq4t5ndoUcT1hqxvZUtVsYOOhNk6Vr https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KTpwBM7kF4PzIG4ypB2lqN8Es04UZvi8 https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cV3f6Mue8If9o6HH6b5eFgylF3EdY0Tl The most difficult parts

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The Power Glove

Patrick Hurtado (phurtad2) Final Project: The Power Glove The Final Product                         Video of

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Final Project

Question 1: For the final project, I created a press-fit constellations box powered by wireless inductive coils. Initially, I intended for the box to be

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The making of The Dress

The Dress My proudest moment was the first seam around the neck. You can’t even see it anymore. But the stitches were even. I don’t

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Assignment 8

For this assignment, our task was to revisit a past assignment and make changes that utilize multiple technologies. In class I saw Duncan’s pillow and

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Iteration Assignment

This assignment was all about improving and building upon one or two of our previous assignments we did for this semester. I decided to combine

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Iteration Assignment

For this assignment, we were tasked with taking an assignment we completed earlier in the semester, and either making improvements to it, incorporating skills from

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Iteration Assignment

Inspiration For this assignment, I wanted to recreate the Name tag while using more tools from the lessons afterwards. Specifically, I wanted to use the

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Iteration Project

Two projects that I was most excited about were also two projects that didn’t go well. They are laser cutting and stickers. I wanted to

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Iteration Assignment

For my iteration assignment I decided to combine the pom pom bot assignment with the pop up card assignment and make a little robot with

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3D PRINTER (FDM)

Flashforge Finder

Print Material: PLA plastic

Max Print Dimensions: 5″ x 5″ x 5″

Slicing Software: FlashPrint

Preferred File Type: STL

Cost:

$2 | 13 grams or less
$0.15 per gram | over 13 grams

3D FDM PRINTS ARE PRICED BY WEIGHT (IN GRAMS)

Starting Monday, August 23

Fall Open Hours

Monday: 5-9PM
Tuesday: 10AM-1PM, 5-9PM
Wednesday: 5-9PM
Thursday: 10AM-1PM, 5-9PM
Sunday: 1-6PM

This fall we’re welcoming back all community and university members. Stop in and create with us!

Masks Required | Appointments Recommended

3D PRINTER (FDM)

Creality Ender Pro 3

Print Material: PLA plastic

Max Print Dimensions: 8″ x 8″ x 8″

Slicing Software: Cura

Preferred File Type: STL

Cost:

$2 | 13 grams or less
$0.15 per gram | over 13 grams

3D FDM PRINTS ARE PRICED BY WEIGHT (IN GRAMS)

3D PRINTER (LCD based SLA)

AnyCubic Photon

Print Material: UV Resin

Max Print Dimensions: 4.5″ x 2.5″ x 6″

Slicing Software: ChituBox

Preferred File Type: STL

Cost:

$5 | 20 mL or less
$0.25 per mL | over 20 mL

3D SLA PRINTS ARE PRICED BY VOLUME (IN ML). THESE PRINTS REQUIRE ADDITIONAL PROCESSING WITH CURING AND CLEANING.

LASER CUTTER / ENGRAVER

Universal X-600

Power and Type: 40 Watt, CO2

Max Bed Dimensions: 18″ x 32″

Max Cut thickness: 1/4″

File Creation Software: Inkscape, Adobe Illustrator, or other vector software

Preferred File Type: SVG to PDF

Laserable Materials: wood, acrylic,
See Additional Materials

Cost:

$7 | per 30 min appointment

ROTARY TOOL ATTACHMENT AVAILABLE

LASER CUTTER / ENGRAVER

Epilog

Power And Type: 60 Watt, CO2

Max Bed Dimensions: 12″ X 24″

Max Cut Thickness: 1/8″

File Creation Software: Inkscape, Adobe Illustrator, Or Other Vector Software

Preferred File Type: SVG To PDF

Laserable Materials: Wood, Acrylic,
See Additional Materials

Cost:

$7 | per 30 min appointment