Join Academic ITS to learn how you can use the Mule Works Innovation Lab to engineer solutions to everyday problems. In this workshop, you will learn about the design process, including:
- Problem analysis
- Options for creating parts in online CAD software and 3D modeling software (available in Mule Works Lab)
- 3D printing, assembling, and testing
Featured presenters include:
- Mike Jandreau, web developer for the Colby Libraries, who will share his process for creating, developing and using a yoga block speaker.
- Tatsuya Yokota (‘19), will speak about multiple projects he has created with the 3D printer, including a functional cello which is in the process of being printed.
After Mike and Tatsuya’s presentations, we will have a tour of the Mule Works lab and an optional 3D printer tutorial, starting at approximately 5pm.
Date: April 10, 2018
Time: 4pm-5pm, 3D Printer Tutorial 5:00-6pm
Location: Miller 14 (Miller 016 for 3D Printer Training)
Want to create your own 3D printed project for a course? Set up a time to visit and see examples or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.