We are happy to announce a new series of micro tech classes offered by Intermedia Graduate student Wade Warman, throughout Spring semester 2017. Wade will be offering these classes every other week on Thursdays at 3pm in the IMRC. Each micro tech class will last for one to two hours. Please RSVP with Wade if you plan to attend.
Laser Etched Paper
Learn how to use a picture or design for paper etching with laser to creating a unique print without any mess.
DATE: 1/26 @ 3PM IN THE IMRC FAB LABS
Gear design (CAD design)
Learn how to use CAD (Computer Aided Design) software to design and prepare simple gears.
DATE: 2/9 @ 3PM IN THE IMRC FAB LABS
Learn the basics of electrical soldering by getting hands-on experience with through-hole, twisted, and pig-tail joints.
DATE: 2/23 @ 3PM IN THE IMRC FAB LABS
Learn how to take a picture, logo, or other type of graphic and turn it into a durable sticker. Ideal for bumper sticker or signage making.
DATE: 3/2 @ 3PM IN THE IMRC FAB LABS
Lear the basics of 3D to be used in 3D printing with the IMRC’s Structure Scanner software.
DATE: 3/23 @ 3PM IN THE IMRC FAB LABS
Vacuum Former 1 Part mold
Learn to use a vacuum former by getting hands-on experience with creating and casting a one-part mold using resin.
DATE: 4/6 @ 3PM IN THE IMRC FAB LABS
Intro to Arduino
Learn the basics of Arduino micro-controllers, including both simple coding and basic wiring inputs and outputs.
DATE: 4/20 @ 3PM IN THE IMRC FAB LABS
Electrical Component Identification/Circuit Bending
Learn the individual electrical components and their uses found within discarded toys and/or appliances and discover how to “circuit bend” them and change their electronic behaviors.
DATE: 5/4 @ 3PM IN THE IMRC FAB LABS