Discover the Lovelace Lab

Discover the Lovelace Lab

Posted on behalf of Department of Computer Science, University of Bath

The Lovelace Lab (LL) is a collaborative workspace for making, exploring and sharing projects. Discover how the space can be used to develop fun and creative new projects.


The lab has a variety of maker equipment, including 3D printers, a laser cutter, soldering irons, Arduino Kits and even a sewing machine. We are organising two short sessions (about 55 minutes each) to introduce you to two important pieces of equipment:


(1)  Tues 23 July: Introduction to Arduino.


Arduino is an easy and cheap electronic prototyping platform enabling users to create interactive electronic objects. We will introduce the platform and give you some examples of what Arduino can be used for. The lab has extensive Arduino resources that can be used for a variety of projects including those for final year students.


(2)  Tues 30 July: Introduction to 3D printing.


We will explain how the 3D printers installed in the LL work, what they can be used for, and how to prepare 3D models to print. We have two 3D printers available in the lab that can be used for prototyping or printing components for individual projects.


The events are free but we have limited places available. Please book by Fri 19 July. The sessions are open to Postgradautes, PhDs, EngDs, and members of the staff.

When
23 Jul 2019 at 11:15am
until 23 Jul 2019 at 12:10pm
Where
Lovelace Lab
University of Bath

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