These last few classes have been fun learning different skills. I have never soldered before so it was cool to learn how. I also have never sewed before, so learning how with electrics was tough but in a good way.
Think about what you might want to make during this semester. What skills do you need to learn to undertake the project? What else do you want to learn to do? I am thinking about an embroidery project for this
3D printing truly is amazing. By using software and code you can create something out of plastic! For me, I want to make a bunch of different pieces that I can use. I have probably ten tabs up on my
Find a Maker’s Manifesto or Maker’s Bill of Rights. Be sure to cite your source! https://makezine.com/2006/12/01/the-makers-bill-of-rights/How would you modify the manifesto to reflect your ideas and values? Think about the deconstruction/reconstruction project. Was your object difficult to take apart? Do
What excites you most about working in the think lab? The ThinkLab offers so many different ways to create things and I am most excited to learn how to 3D print. I also am looking forward to a class that
I have always wanted to find important artifacts and this time I have found a very interesting piece. I have found a burial chamber of which a family is in. This device was found near the child of the family.
Hello and welcome to my makers notebook! This will be a site filled with cool assignments for my Tinkering, Hacking, and Making class at the University of Mary Washington.