[Lab] Wednesday Meetings
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Sat Jan 11 14:17:20 EST 2014
The Wednesday modlab session are very loose... It's best if you bring a
project to work on, as well as a laptop. It can be a very simple project if
you're starting (i.e.: read a sensor input using an Arduino, print a 3d
shape you built, etc.)
You can check the modlab wiki for pointers:
On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 12:14 PM, Cat Czyrnyj <cat.czyrnyj at gmail.com> wrote:
> My name is Cat. I am a final year mechanical engineering student at
> uOttawa. I was recently hired on a design project that will involve a
> prototype that will be 3D printed before building. As well, I am in the
> middle of a product pitch for a product design course that (if selected)
> will require a little electrical work. A friend recommended this group as
> being helpful for learning basic electronics and I've seen from the
> messages that there is talk of 3D printing as well.
> I was wondering how I can best participate. I know there are weekly
> sessions on Wednesdays...should I just come and start learning? Should I
> bring questions? Are there literature resources (textbooks) in the lab I
> could use as a starting point?
> If you could give me some pointers on getting involved and making the best
> use of my involvement, I would be extremely grateful.
> Thanks a lot,
> Cat Czyrnyj
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