Monthly Archives: April 2013
The C-Design lab presented a sketching workshop for people who wanted to know how to sketch new ideas like an engineer. Elkin Talborda and I presented the workshop and Dr. Karthik Ramani discussed how the workshop fits into the broader maker culture at Purdue.
I continuously taught workshops to 200-300 people at the Makers’ Faire in San Mateo, CA. The workshop was developed by the C-Design lab at Purdue, and showcased at the Faire.
For my manufacturing processes class, we had to design and build a working device. Our team chose to make a desk that featured a magnetic whiteboard surface and rotatable legs which would allow the desk to be positioned in any convenient way. The desk featured a solid oak table-top, magnetic and whiteboard surface, pencil holder, […]
In my junior-level instrumentation and measurements course, we were required to build a test rig for a model rocket motor. This photo shows us using LabView to collect data from the strain gauges mounted on the arm.
A trombone I made in Catia in 2008 as a TA for the freshman level graphics course at BYU
This is a short clip of the CNC operation for the posable desk my team and I made for our sophomore manufacturing class.
My team and I built this robot over 10 weeks. The robot had to find 5 cans of beans and dump them into a hole on the other side of the field. Our team won the competition, though due to some technical problems with one of the subsystems, we ended up tying for first. I […]