Happy fall to y’all! Here are a few highlights from the lab this fall: Moved into our new space in Votey, over twice as big as our original space. This was a big and exciting transition for us, as we were closed over the summer for the Votey renovations. Participated in the […]
Category: Fab Lab
Maker Metrics: Measuring the Impact of Academic Makerspaces
By Jenn Karson We know that academic makerspaces create meaningful experiences for students, yet how do we measure this meaningful impact? Where do we start? Last fall on behalf of the UVM FabLab I attended the first International Symposium on Academic Makerspaces (ISAM) at MIT. Organizers for the symposium came from MIT, Yale, […]
UVM FabLab Student and Faculty Projects Highlighted
The Spring 2017 issue of Summit magazine highlights prototyping and research in the UVM FabLab! FabLab project article
Student Research Conference Presentations
On Thursday April 27 students from Interactive Design and Prototyping and the FabLab presented at the UVM Student Research Conference.
We’re celebrating Arduino Day early this year!
Join us on Thursday, March 30 2017! Arduino Day Open House and Demos: Stop by the UVM FabLab for Arduino demos. 122A Votey, noon – 5pm Stop by the class Interactive Design and Prototyping to see the impressive array of Arduino projects by UVM students! Hills 20, 7pm – 8pm […]
Making Valentines with Bellows Free Academy
Hello to Mrs. Brown’s class! Here are the three designs to choose from and create your custom laser cut Valentine: Fill out my Wufoo form!
Generator Makerspace has a New Home
Congratulations to University of Vermont’s Dan Harvey and the Generator Makerspace board, staff and membership for their successful and swift move to a newly renovated facility. Well done! You can check out the new space yourself at their open house the afternoon of January 18.
3D Printed Prosthetic Hands
By: Jenna Findlay Prosthetic hands have been 3D printed, regardless of age, to aid in everyday lifestyles of those who need it. While they won’t have quite as much function as a living arm, The Unlimbited Arm is both lightweight and functional to help with day to day activities for […]
3-D Printed Casts: Bringing Innovation to Outdated Fields
By: Cam Ruffle-Deignan Everyday thousands of people around the world sustain injuries that require a cast or brace to stabilize their fracture/ sprain and promote healing. Traditionally these casts were made of fiberglass, which is fairly light weight, but can be very abrasive and called for a set of thick […]