How to Make (Nearly) Anything Class at the Columbus Idea Foundry
This is a 2-hour class providing an overview on the various design, fabrication, electronics and programming resources available at the Idea Foundry. This includes conventional fabrication techniques such as woodworking, machining, welding, and metal casting; as well as modern techniques such as 3D printing, laser cutting, and CNC machining. The class also provides an overview of design tools for these latter techniques (2D vector design, 3D solid modeling, tool path generation), and also touches on electronics and programming resources such as Arduino. In short, after 2 hours, you'll have a broad introduction to how to make (nearly) anything!