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May
5
Tue
Intro to: Lasercutting @ AS220 Industries
May 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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Get certified to lasercut wood, plastics, papers or textiles on the Epilog Mini lasercutter!

  • Tuesdays, May 5th +1 12th, 6-9pm

REGISTER HERE

This class will cover the basics of using the lasercutter safely, techniques for working with different materials, and software tools for preparing work for the cutters.  Our laser cutter is an Epilog Mini 24.  The work area is 24″ x 12″, and it can hold items up to 8″ tall.  After taking the workshop, you will have a solid understanding of what the machine can do and how to design a project and will be certified to use the Labs’ laser cutter.

Instructor: Ryan Pease

 

May
9
Sat
Intro to Shopbot @ AS220 Industries
May 9 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

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Get certified to use the 4’x8’ ShopBot for medium and large format woodworking projects.

  • Saturdays, May 9th + 16th, 2-6pm

This workshop is for anyone interested in using a CNC Router for digital fabrication, specifically the ShopBot machine for computer-controlled cutting and routing. The course covers an introduction to the ShopBot, Computer-Aided Design software to design projects for the machine, creation of 2D tool paths for the machine using VCarve Pro, and basic machine operation and safety.  You will learn how to safely operate the machine on your own, so that you may use the machine independently after completing the training and signing up for membership.

Our machine is a ShopBot PRS standard 96 with a cutting area of 96″ (x-axis) x 48″ (y-axis) x 6″ (z-axis). The machine is capable of machining 2D parts (profile, pockets, drilling) and making 3D carvings.  This workshop only covers 2D tool paths, not 3D carvings.

This workshop consists of two parts, 1 3-hour instructional session and a followup session on the machine where you run a project on the machine.

Instructor: Larry Zagorsky

REGISTER

Prerequisites

While it’s not mandatory, we strongly encourage students to have experience with vector design.

 

May
12
Tue
Intro to: Lasercutting @ AS220 Industries
May 12 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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Get certified to lasercut wood, plastics, papers or textiles on the Epilog Mini lasercutter!

  • Tuesdays, May 5th +1 12th, 6-9pm

REGISTER HERE

This class will cover the basics of using the lasercutter safely, techniques for working with different materials, and software tools for preparing work for the cutters.  Our laser cutter is an Epilog Mini 24.  The work area is 24″ x 12″, and it can hold items up to 8″ tall.  After taking the workshop, you will have a solid understanding of what the machine can do and how to design a project and will be certified to use the Labs’ laser cutter.

Instructor: Ryan Pease

 

May
16
Sat
Intro to Shopbot @ AS220 Industries
May 16 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

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Get certified to use the 4’x8’ ShopBot for medium and large format woodworking projects.

  • Saturdays, May 9th + 16th, 2-6pm

This workshop is for anyone interested in using a CNC Router for digital fabrication, specifically the ShopBot machine for computer-controlled cutting and routing. The course covers an introduction to the ShopBot, Computer-Aided Design software to design projects for the machine, creation of 2D tool paths for the machine using VCarve Pro, and basic machine operation and safety.  You will learn how to safely operate the machine on your own, so that you may use the machine independently after completing the training and signing up for membership.

Our machine is a ShopBot PRS standard 96 with a cutting area of 96″ (x-axis) x 48″ (y-axis) x 6″ (z-axis). The machine is capable of machining 2D parts (profile, pockets, drilling) and making 3D carvings.  This workshop only covers 2D tool paths, not 3D carvings.

This workshop consists of two parts, 1 3-hour instructional session and a followup session on the machine where you run a project on the machine.

Instructor: Larry Zagorsky

REGISTER

Prerequisites

While it’s not mandatory, we strongly encourage students to have experience with vector design.