Makerspace Exhibits

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Idea Board

Education Innovation Committee

We want your ideas for making the COE Makerspace all it can be. An idea board will be available to collect your ideas, suggestions, and concerns. These will be collected by the Education Innovation Committee and used as input to faculty and staff planning the COE Makerspace.

The UW-Stout FABLAB

Randle Hulke and Mike Cropp (UW Stout)

UW-Stouta??s FabLab director Randy Hulke, manager Mike Cropp, and students will share their experience supporting student projects via their FabLab. The exhibit will include a desktop injection molding machine created by students, a curriculum project leveraging scalable models for the manufactured housing industry, and a digital display presenting additional student projects supported by the FabLab.

Garage Physics at UW-Madison

Professor Duncan Carlsmith (Physics Department, UW-Madison) movies reviews, buy lioresal.

Garage Physics is a makerspace that provides students an unstructured safe environment to explore technologies and to develop creative ideas through project-oriented just-in-time learning.

Internet of Things Lab at UW-Madison

Raj Veeramani and Thomas Yen

The Internet of Things (IoT) Lab engages multidisciplinary teams of students in experiential learning to explore, design and innovate with IoT technologies and develop functional prototype solutions to real-world problems. The IoT Lab’s novel approach to student learning has gained wide recognition including in an exclusive video feature by Forbes.

College of Engineering Student Shops

Larry Wheeler, Charles Allhands, and Tom Wirth

The Professional Staff will display the COE Shopsa?? capabilities, training available to COE students, the Shopsa?? role in the Makerspace Plan, and related unique training aids.

3D Print Tank at UW-Madison

Natalie Rudolph, William Aquite

The 3D Print Tank is a group of faculty and staff working in the area of 3D printing: ranging from research to education to print services across the UW Madison campus. Our mission is to improve the accessibility of 3D printing technologies as well as to provide a knowledge base for students and researchers, who want to a??make” objects using these technologies.

Makerspace Equipment

Examples of several types of equipment being considered for integration as part of the Makerspace will be exhibited by manufacturer representatives. Equipment will be functional to the extent possible.

Types of equipment on display include:

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