Here’s an object that a Makerspace client printed yesterday! What’s neat is that about this object is that you can 3d print movable joints!
A group of MUN Archaeology students were in the Makerspace learning CAD (computer assisted design) and doing some 3d printing. The group approached the Makerspace as they are interested in exploring the use of 3d printers within their profession. This is a free workshop that The Commons is providing which includes a small 3d printed artifact for each participant which they will have designed themselves.
CBC’s Lucas Wall interviewed workterm student Simon Hawkenson, and The Commons’ permanent staff Aaron Goulding and Shawn Pendergast on January 25th about what a makerspace is, and why they are important in the university environment.
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Memorial University students, faculty, and staff can now download Microsoft 365 on their personal devices for free!
Have your say! Course evaluations questionaries are now available at http://www.mun.ca/ceq