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College Fab Lab Proto Space

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  • 1. An Introduction to ProtoSpace, FabLab Utrecht 17 december 2008
  • 2. Digital Revolutions communication computation fabrication
  • 3. Basis of the revolutions Treshold Error reduction
  • 4. Past
  • 5. Present
  • 6. Future
  • 7. Origin of FabLab • Class “How to make (almost) anything” Prof. Neil Gershenfeld, director of CBA
  • 8. Personal fabrication Examples
  • 9. Book by Gershenfeld
  • 10. First FabLab: Boston
  • 11. FabLabs worldwide India Norway fabrication and instrumentation divide Costa Rica South Afrika
  • 12. FabLabs Netherlands Utrecht Amsterdam Den Haag Enschede io Texel io Tilburg/Eindhoven io Groningen io Rotterdam io Dordrecht io
  • 13. Think global, act local
  • 14. FabCharter • Mission • Access • Education • Responsibility • safety • cleaning up • operations
  • 15. Machines in a FabLab Milling machine Laser cutter Video conferencing Vinyl cutter system Milling machine
  • 16. Microcontrollers
  • 17. Machines creating machines DIY 3D printer (RepRap)
  • 18. Share Ideas Designs Knowledge Train your peers Just in time education
  • 19. Innovation Open Closed RepRap Drymate
  • 20. Bottom-up Invention Job creation Problem solving Education Education Empowerment Empowerment Empowerment
  • 21. FabLab Empowers your Creativity
  • 22. FabAcademy How To Make (Almost) Anything MAS 863 How To Make (almost) Anything Mondays 1:00-4:00 E15-135 Application People Schedule: • 9/8: introduction • 9/15: vinylcutter, lasercutter • 9/22: no class (MIT student holiday) section: CAD, CAM • 9/29: PCB fabrication, board stuffing • 10/6: microcontroller programming • 10/13: no class (Columbus Day) section: PCB design • 10/20: 3D scanning and printing • 10/27: input devices • 11/3: waterjet cutter, NC mill, router • 11/10: no class (MIT holiday) section: modeling • 11/17: output devices • 11/24: molding • 12/1: networking and communications • 12/8: final project preparation • 12/15: final project presentations
  • 23. ProtoSpace
  • 24. Movie • http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=Xotvoou1RJs

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