Drones, Arduinos, & 3D Printing: Moffitt Makerspace Workshops

Moffitt Library Makerspace student groups are hosting three upcoming workshops on drones, arduinos and 3D printing. Choose the workshop titles below for full information. [Note that a Cal ID is required to access Moffitt Library.]

3D Printing Basics
Wednesday, October 4, 2017, 1-2 p.m.
Moffitt Library, Makerspace – 1st floor

If you want to learn how to 3D print, come join us for our first official training session for the Fall 2017 semester! No prior experience is needed!! You also need to RSVP, which is totally FREE! AND after you receive training, you’ll be able to 3D print anything you want for free as well! What a deal, right? So if you’re interested in being tech savvy, come join us and learn how to 3D print! Provided by the Moffitt Makerspace at UC Berkeley.

Thursday, October 5, 2017, 1-3 p.m.
Moffitt Library, Makerspace – 1st floor

Coding. Robotics. ARDUINO. Come join us and learn how to use Arduino! NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. All you need to have is a positive attitude and a passion to learn! In order to participate, you must RSVP (which is FREE). Additionally, in order to have time to cover all the information during the workshop, please download Arduino on your laptop before attending and bring your laptop to the workshop. Information on how to download Arduino will be in the section below. Provided by the Moffitt Makerspace at UC Berkeley.

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV): Flight Safety Training
Saturday, October 14, 2017, 2-3 p.m.
Moffitt Library, 150D – 1st floor

Get your Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) flight certification from experienced pilots in the organization at our flight safety training. All piloting members are required to complete this training in order to familiarize the group with FAA rules and regulations, hardware and software failsafes, pre-flight checks, as well UC Berkeley specific protocol. Provided by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles at Berkeley (UAVs@Berkeley), a student organization dedicated to providing a central resource for all topics related to drones at UC Berkeley.