Lately, I’ve been finding inspiration and motivation in Adam Savage’s now nine-month-old book Every Tool’s a Hammer: Lessons From a Lifetime of Making. You might recall him from his fourteen years as the younger seeming, more impulsive, co-host of the … Continue reading Every Tool’s a Hammer
We have put together a video documenting the Swarthmore MakerSpace move from Beardsley to Whittier. Thanks to everyone involved for make the transition so smooth. Come visit us in our new location in Whittier Hall 109-113. Continue reading Watch the MakerSpace Move
Quick moving developments have offered the opportunity to move the Beardsley MakerSpace to Whittier Hall during the winter break. The larger and substantially better space will provide an improved facility to support Making across campus by the start of classes … Continue reading The MakerSpace is Moving
In this latest installment of our MakerSpace Profile series Elizabeth Flores ’19 discusses how her role as a peer tutor is assisted through her work as a technician in the digital fabrication space and how using 3D printing technologies allows … Continue reading MakerSpace Profiles: Elizabeth Flores
What’s Happening at the MakerSpace? Wednesday Night Workshops What is the MakerSpace? It is is an interdisciplinary space on campus open to all students, faculty, and staff. What does it have? It has a full wood shop and digital … Continue reading What’s Happening at the MakerSpace?
In the first installment of our video series profiling Swarthmore MakerSpace student technicians Oliver Steinglass ’20 discusses his role in the MakerSpace as well as projects constructed in the digital fabrication lab and wood shop. Continue reading MakerSpace Profiles: Oliver Steinglass