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Project Overview: Initially, I was intrigued by a phone sleeve that someone designed and laser cut out of leather and wood. I thought it would definitely be an interesting and fun project to pursue, so I decided to try to create my own while making adjustments to adapt to my individual situation.
Katie Hamrle ’19 created a stamp for Hawken’s Alpha Company, a student ran club that supports all active and former military members. They are sending cards to Hawken alumni that are veterans and stamping the front of the cards with this American Flag inspired H stamp. By using the laser cutter, she created two woodblock
Laser cut patterns drawn by hand and then laser cut. Assembled in the art class to form new creations form patterns.
Shadow Glasses PDF
Here is my first logo design in Inkscape using a Vector graphic editor.
The opening of Stirn Hall! Laser project
FAB LAB BASICSIN THE CLASSROOMAn introduction to using the machines Prepared by Nick DiGiorgio (Fab Lab Guy Cleveland) Game Plan and Dates May 5 4:30- 7pm Laser Printing May 12 4:30- 7pm Laser Printing May 19 4:30- 7pm 3D Printing May 26 4:30- 7pm 3D Printing June 2 4:30- 7pm Shop Bot June 9 4:30-
FABLABS are designed for innovators, inventors, entrepreneurs, artists, and individuals allowing people to move from ideas into production using modern digital equipment. Students will use laser cutters, 3-D printers, vinyl cutters, ShopBot CNC routers, desktop milling machines and other digital and analog tools in order to fabricate and test their design projects. The program is
From Hawken.edu 1/8/2016 Creating things is Nick DiGiorgio’s passion, so he wasn’t the least bit daunted when he was hired to oversee a Fablab that hadn’t yet been built. Instead, being a problem solver, he created a makeshift Fablab, right in the hallways of Hawken’s Upper School. Appropriately, this maker space is outfitted with makeshift