Make It and Take It Series

The Make It and Take It workshop series, which features instructional workshops, is designed to equip students with the essential skills and knowledge in their quest of making. Instructors who are passionate about their community, their work and their hobbies will be showing you how to build or design cool gadgets, and explain to you the theories behind them. With workshops ranging from basic to challenging, from soldering to 3D-modelling, students from all majors are sure to find interesting ones to learn and enjoy. The workshop series takes place in our makerspace, the Windsor Mold Group EPIC Makers’ Base (Room 1133) in the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering and Innovation (CEI). Check out our Event Page for upcoming workshops. Registration is free!  

 

Past Workshops & Instructors  

INSTRUCTOR: KRISTOFER TRISTA           
WORKSHOPS HOSTED BY KRIS: 
Make a Minty Boost Portable USB Charger
Make a Chapstick Flashlight
Make a DC Motor from Scratch Pulse Width Modulation with Adruino





INSTRUCTOR: NICOLAS DE COSSON  
WORKSHOPS HOSTED BY NICOLAS:
Make A Colour Changing Artist Panel
Intro to Fusion 360 3D CAD




INSTRUCTOR: KAEL SHARMAN          
WORKSHOPS HOSTED BY KAEL:
Reduce, Re-use and Recycle – a three-station workshop  






INSTRUCTOR AMANDEEP SINGH            
WORKSHOPS HOSTED BY AMAN:
Line Follower Robot
Secret Message QR Code
Intro to Fusion 360 3D CAD
Getting Started with Arduino
Touch Operated Switch



INSTRUCTOR ETHAN RAYMOND
WORKSHOPS HOSTED BY ETHAN:
Making Your Own Edge-Lit Desk Sign
Make Your Own Holiday Ornament With A Laser Cutter







INSTRUCTOR LINCOLN SAVI
WORKSHOPS HOSTED BY LINCOLN:
Paint Your Own 3D Printed Toad








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