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SCU Mobile Maker Lab is Making Goodness in the World

The San Jose Mercury-News ran an article last week on Santa Clara University's Mobile Maker Lab, a project sponsored by Makers4Good:

The mobile lab is run by Santa Clara University students and has been making its first trips to South Bay schools over the past two months. According to Anne Mahacek, lab manager and research associate in the college’s school of engineering, the project started with funding from a nonprofit program called Makers4Good. With input from teachers from around the region, the Mobile ...

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SCU Maker Lab Remotely Fabricates Hawaiian 4th-Grader's Design

A young student from Hawaii recently made use of Santa Clara University's Maker Lab and their facility to accept 3D printing jobs from remote students. SCU Engineering's blog tells the story:

Home-school student Kainalu Palaualelo, a 4th grader from Kailua, Hawaii, submitted a design for 3D printing and was able to watch his design being fabricated via a livestream broadcast. Kainalu submitted a design and then remotely consulted with Maker Lab students and staff in order to improve his design through several iterations ...

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An Overview of The SCU Mobile Maker Lab Outreach Program

This post was was written by Anne Mahacek, the Lab Manager for Santa Clara University's Mobile Maker Lab, a project hosted by their School of Engineering, and sponsored by Makers4Good.

This summer, students, staff, and faculty from the Santa Clara University School of Engineering’s Maker Lab are gearing up for the official launch of their Mobile Maker Lab Outreach Program. The centerpiece of this program is the Mobile Maker Lab, a 28’ trailer equipped as a maker lab, complete with 3D printers, a ...

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