Students Assistant - Fablab 2018 Spring
BSc and MSc Students are encouraged to join the Fablab activities for an internship this spring semester (2018). The FabLab NTNU offers a blend of unique technology solutions in order to stimulate learning through the innovative life cycle utilizing new digital fabrication tools and techniques.. Student assistans will help other students in the lab activities.
Apply for Fablab job position, by sending a short CV and grades transcription to email@example.com with the subject “Fablab Internship 2018”. Please include in your CV a short statement of your special interests related to Fablab (Norsk eller Engelsk).
Deadline: Friday, August 31st 2018
- 3D printer FDM
- Desktop Mill
- 3D Printer SLA
- Vinyl Cutter
- Laser Cutter
- Arduino Compatible kits
Plus, one can book the machines from the other labs, at the FabLab ++.
The FabLab is located at room 101 in the laboratory building at NTNU in Ålesund.
Using the FabLab
- Decide what you want: for instance, to turn into reality anything from your university project or based on your own idea; to receive some assistance with equipment / software provided in the FabLab; to learn how to use a machine and so on.
- Contact one of our staff member, either by e-mail or personally in the FabLab building
- Agree on a convenient time for both parties, and be precise with your requirements/expectations
- Provide the raw material for your case - we can help when related to one of the machines, for instance which certified material can be used in each of them
- Be on time and be prepared for the frustration of failures and joy of small accomplishments - remember that making and prototyping is a VERY iterative process, with lots of fails, trials and errors. Do not come in last minute expecting a magic 3D printing, it will not happen.
A list of the machines found at FabLab ++ located at the NTNU in Ålesund is available.
Fab Lab Foundation
FabLab NTNU is connected to a larger network of fablabs, managed by the FabFoundation. The Fab Foundation is a organization that emerged from MIT’s Center for Bits & Atoms Fab Lab Program. This foundation provides access to the tools, the knowledge and the financial means to educate, innovate and invent using technology and digital fabrication to allow anyone to make (almost) anything, and thereby creating opportunities to improve lives and livelihoods around the world. Community organizations, educational institutions and non-profit concerns are our primary beneficiaries.