Symposium 2019 Hands-on Workshops
April 10-12, Northampton CC
3D Drafting with Fusion 360
Instructor/inventor Sean Kernan will take you through the beginning steps of setting up a 3D drawing in Fusion 360. Fusion 360 is powerful 3D program that is free to download on any PC. Sean will show how 3D print files are created and saved as well as 3D CNC files for cutting on the CNC wood Router. Read More “Featured Workshops at Symposium 2019”
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This link is a .pdf flyer with info on upcoming Symposium 2019, April 10-12 at Northampton Community College in Bethlehem, PA.
Symposium 2019 Flyer
The USFLN 2019 Symposium will he held April 10-12, 2019 at Northampton Community College in Bethlehem, PA.
Hands-on “Making and workshops” will be the main emphasis for this event as we have a chance to leverage the wonderful facility available in the Fab Lab at Northampton Community College.
Read More “Northampton CC to Host Symposium”
The program contains a map of the Houston Community College West Houston Institute, schedule of events, and so much more.
Click the link below to download a PDF version of the program for the 2018 USFLN Symposium.
[Symposium 2018 Program Guide PDF]
Mr. Steven González will be delivering his presentation called, “NASA – Fabricating Our Way to Mars” on Wednesday, March 7th, at 8:30 a.m.
Read More “NASA’s Technology Transfer Strategist, Steven González to speak at the 2018 Symposium”
USMC CoLab uses the power of crowdsourcing to collaboratively design new, practical products for the Marine Corps.
You can help design the Marines’ future by participating in the co-creation. A team of dedicated engineers and advanced manufacturing experts will turn the winning design into a prototype for Marines to test.
The CoLab begins January 2018.
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The One Student, One Arduino Project is a unique educational project launched by the GreenLab Microfactory to encourage innovations right from the cradle level; that is, from the primary education level in Nigeria. The GreenLab Microfactory provided the initial starter kits for 100 pupils and continues to provide rigorous Arduino lessons. To ensure the continued success of this valuable program, your support and contributions are both needed and appreciated.
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