Electronic & Technical Arts Classes

    • Sunday, September 16, 2018
    • Sunday, December 23, 2018
    • 7 sessions
    • Electronic & Technical Arts

    Join others who are learning to use Fusion 360, a program that BARN participants can use to design projects for the new CNC router in the Woodworking Studio, the CNC milling machine or plasma cutter in Metal Arts, or the 3D printers in Electronic & Technical Arts. 

    The users group meets from noon to 2 p.m. on the first and third Sundays of each month to give people a time and place to work on their Fusion projects or simply to develop their Fusion skills. With many people meeting and working together, we’ll be able to share knowledge and increase all of our skillsets. The group is intended as a followup to BARN’s introductory Fusion classes, but people who are learning Fusion on their own are also welcome.

    This is a free event for members. For non-members, it's $20. Bring cash or check. Or purchase a punch card at BARN or from our website under the tab "About BARN." No need to register. Just drop by!



    • Tuesday, September 25, 2018
    • Tuesday, October 02, 2018
    • 2 sessions
    • Electronic & Technical Arts Studio, Class Code: EL092518CS
    • 0
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    Learn the basic features of Fusion 360, a 3-D design program that will allow you to design objects on a computer screen and turn into items made of metal, wood, plastic or even molds for casting glass.

    This class is required if you want to take studio-specific classes in how to run computer-controled tools at BARN including the plasma cutter in the Welding Studio, the milling machine in the Metal Machining Studio, or the CNC router in the Woodworking Studio. You can also use Fusion 360 to design objects for BARN's 3-D printers. 

    Please note: You must bring a laptop computer with a mouse and a working copy of Fusion 360 already downloaded to that computer. This is critical as no computers are provided, and the design program does not work well with a trackpad. There is no time during the class to download the program. If you have questions or run into problems downloading the program, please use this form to contact the instructor for help.

    This is a two-session class, designed to allow you to work with the program after the first session and get help with roadblocks or answers to your questions at the second session. Allow time between the sessions to work on your project, which you will get at the first session. A  learning reference will be provided on the techniques covered in the class, including: 
    • Basic design concepts
    • Step-by-step creation of a cad design
    • Additional learning resources so you can fast-track your proficiency in Fusion

    Instructor: Chris Stanley is a fourth-generation artist/ craftsman who works in a variety of media. After working for many years as a professional model maker in both architectural and design fields, he went into education. He taught computer-aided design and other classes for the Art Institute of Seattle for 19 years.

    • Thursday, September 27, 2018
    • 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
    • BARN ETA Studio
    Register

    BARN is starting a chapter of Girls Who Code, an organization founded with a single mission: To close the gender gap in technology. Computer coding is relevant to all sorts of interests, not just computer science.

    Come to this informational session to ask questions, meet the instructor, see the set-up and check it out. Parents, guardians as well as future coders are all welcome.

    Girls Who Code is free. There is no charge to participate in this program. 

    Girls Who Code has reached almost 90,000 girls of all backgrounds in all 50 states. Now it reaches Bainbridge and neighboring communities thanks to a generous grant from the Suquamish Foundation and support from BARN and local volunteers. 

    Materials: None! BARN provides workstations. Participants can also bring their own laptop or Chromebook. 

    Skill Level: All. There are zero prerequisites.

    Ages: Grades 6 - 12

    There is no fee to participate in Girls Who Code. 

    Please register so that we know how many to expect and can set up accordingly.

    Questions? Contact Julie Leung 206-842-4475 x 221 or julie@bainbridgebarn.org

    More info about the Girls Who Code program is at https://girlswhocode.com/

    From the Girl's Who Code organization: "Girls Who Code's mission is to create gender parity within technology by providing a unique educational experience for young women to learn computer science. Interested participants who self-identify as female are welcome to apply to our programs. This includes students who were not assigned to the female sex at birth but live and identify as girls now. It also includes students who are legally assigned to the female sex, but who now identify as transgender or gender fluid."

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    • Saturday, September 29, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • BARN Small Classroom, Class Code: WO092918MG
    • 15
    Register

    The first step in designing and making any object is translating the idea into a two-dimensional plan, and that starts with a drawing. In this class, you will learn how to add shading to sketches so that they look more realistic and allow you to see different layers and angles of your design.

    This class is for beginners and people who want to revisit their drawing skills. While offered through the Woodworking Studio, this class will be useful to you whatever your discipline.  

    Details:
    • Open to anyone 14 or older.
    • A materials fee of $10 to cover paper, pencil, pencil sharpener and eraser will be added when you register and pay.

    Instructor: Michael Gunderson - Michael moved to Bainbridge after a thirty-plus year career in California Public education.  His degree is in the arts and has taught classes in art, jewelry, ceramics and the trades, as well as serving as an activities and athletic director.  He has always found a great pleasure in communicating with young people.

    He thinks of himself as a person who solves visual problems.  He proposes a situation and looks to openly create a visual answer, whether it be paint, wood or combinations of media. He is not political in his work - not even angry. He's looking for the fun and the whacky.

    • Sunday, September 30, 2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • BARN Great Room, Class Code: EL093018
    • 41
    Register

    Are you a tinkerer? A maker? Have you ever had an idea for a cool product, but didn't know how to make it happen?

    Join us for an afternoon with Charles Hall, the inventor of the Waterbed and the Summer Shower, and holder of 40 other patents. He turned a graduate school project into an icon of the 1960's: the Waterbed. This was the beginning of a life as an inventor, entrepreneur and successful business owner that continues today. 

    Whether you are a garage inventor, a designer/maker or a student interested in hearing some great stories, Charlie will answer your questions about how to bring your ideas to life!


    • Saturday, October 06, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Electronic Technical Arts Studio
    • 23
    Register

    Designed as a user's guide to BARN ETA studio, this free orientation session is highly recommended for all participants. It will cover everything from studio etiquette and policies to an overview of what we have and where stuff is. 

    You'll get to see the 3D printers, laser cutter, soldering station, hand tools and more. Overall BARN policies as well as studio-specific ones will also be covered.

    Participants will also learn about the leadership structure within ETA  and about opportunities to participate in helping everything run smoothly. Volunteer jobs range range from serving as studio monitors to helping with studio maintenance.

    This event is free but please register so we know how many to expect.


    Contact: ETA.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org


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    • Saturday, October 13, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • ETA Studio Class Code: EL101318RG
    • 6
    Register

    Get introduced to 3D printing in this one-hour session. You'll get to see BARN's printers and gain an understanding of how they work and what they can make.

    You will see a computer file get readied for printing in a process called "slicing."

    You'll see the different printers we have and learn about filament, the material 3D printers use to make prints.  We'll start a print and you'll see the printer print.

    3D printing has many uses, ranging from practical to fun, such as replacement parts, mold-making, medical models used in surgery, prototypes and more.  

    Bring your curiosity and questions. You can continue to use the 3D printers at Open Studio where a studio monitor or other member can help you.

    Class size is limited to 6. 

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    • Saturday, October 13, 2018
    • Saturday, October 20, 2018
    • 2 sessions
    • Electronic & Technical Arts Studio, Class Code: EL10131818CS
    • 7
    Register

    Learn the basic features of Fusion 360, a 3-D design program that will allow you to design objects on a computer screen and turn into items made of metal, wood, plastic or even molds for casting glass.

    This class is required if you want to take studio-specific classes in how to run computer-controled tools at BARN including the plasma cutter in the Welding Studio, the milling machine in the Metal Machining Studio, or the CNC router in the Woodworking Studio. You can also use Fusion 360 to design objects for BARN's 3-D printers. 

    Please note: You must bring a laptop computer with a mouse and a working copy of Fusion 360 already downloaded to that computer. This is critical as no computers are provided, and the design program does not work well with a trackpad. There is no time during the class to download the program. If you have questions or run into problems downloading the program, please use this form to contact the instructor for help.

    This is a two-session class, designed to allow you to work with the program after the first session and get help with roadblocks or answers to your questions at the second session. Allow time between the sessions to work on your project, which you will get at the first session. A  learning reference will be provided on the techniques covered in the class, including: 
    • Basic design concepts
    • Step-by-step creation of a cad design
    • Additional learning resources so you can fast-track your proficiency in Fusion

    Instructor: Chris Stanley is a fourth-generation artist/ craftsman who works in a variety of media. After working for many years as a professional model maker in both architectural and design fields, he went into education. He taught computer-aided design and other classes for the Art Institute of Seattle for 19 years.

    • Sunday, October 14, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • BARN Electronic and Technical Arts Studio, Class Code: EA101418
    Register

    Free event ... open to all!

    Raspberry Pi is a core part of digital making. A small circuit board that is a full-fledged computer, you can use it to learn programming or make incredible things. A Raspberry Pi Zero costs a mere $5 while the most powerful version costs only $35.

    "Taste of Pi" will serve up some fun show-and-tell and chance to interact with the projects made by studio Pi enthusiasts. 

    Projects range from basic to really cool. We're still finalizing the menu, but here are some possibilities cooked up by studio members:

    • Raspberry Pi for use as a computer workstation (most basic)
    • OctoPi (a snappy web interface for controlling 3D printers)
    • Kubernetes cluster
    • RetroPie + media player
    • Several Google AIY variants + touch screens
    • AlexaPi (Amazon Alexa running on a Pi)
    • Time lapse videos made entirely on a Pi -- image capture to final video uploaded to YouTube
    • Twitter bot that posts photos to Twitter 

    New to Raspberry Pi? Come check it out. Don't know what to do with your Pi?  We have lots of ideas. Can't figure something out? ETA is a great place to be. 

    Please register so that we know how many to expect and can set up accordingly.

    Raspberry Pi is a product of the UK-based Raspberry Pi Foundation, a charity that works to put the power of digital making into the hands of people all over the world, so they are capable of understanding and shaping our increasingly digital world, able to solve the problems that matter to them, and equipped for the jobs of the future. For more info visit https://www.raspberrypi.org/

    (Raspberry Pi logo by Source, Fair use, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=33471924)


    Contacts: 
    Annette Walker ETA Studio Lead at eta.lead@bainbridgebarn.org

      About ETA Sunday Tech Talks

      Mark your calendar for the second Sunday of each month when ETA holds a free tech talk. Topics are wide-ranging by design. Free for members and non-members. Contact eta.lead@bainbridgebarn.org to volunteer for a future talk or to share your ideas for an interesting topic.

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      • Wednesday, October 17, 2018
      • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
      • BARN Great Room Reservation
      • 99
      Register

      Please join us on Wednesday, October 17th* for a special seminar on charitable planned giving. This event is open to the public. (*This event has been rescheduled from its original 9-12 date). 

      Planned giving can do two things, lower taxes and trade a gift for income. It is sometimes referred to as gift planning or legacy giving. Some planned gifts provide life-long income to donor. Other gift plans use estate and tax planning to provide for charity and heirs in ways that maximize the gift and/or minimize its impact on the donor’s estate.  

      Planned giving allows for a donor to have a more meaningful impact with their gifts and potentially reduce unnecessary taxes.

      Topics to be discussed include:

      • The opportunity of charitable IRA distributions
      • How the new 2018 tax law makes PLANNED GIVING more powerful
      • Gifts of appreciated assets
      • Income from gifts of appreciated assets
      • The new power of bunching charitable deductions

      Speaker bio: Mark McComsey

      Chief Investment Officer; Chief Executive Officer for Illumine Investment Management. 
      Prior to co-founding Illumine IM, Mark was the Co-Founder and Managing Director of McComsey Asset Management, a Large Cap Growth RIA where he served as its Chief Investment Officer.
      Mark began his finance career at Merrill Lynch as investment advisor and worked on independent earnings estimate revision studies that formed the basis for his investment process. Mark’s investment approach begins with a focus on earnings revisions and belief that accurate analysts provide a powerful edge in validation of growth as well as recognizing deterioration early.  
      • Saturday, October 20, 2018
      • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
      • BARN ETA Studio, Class Code: EL102018NA
      • 3
      Register

      This 2-hour class is designed for makers getting started with the laser cutter in the Electronic and Technical Arts Studio. You will learn how to operate BARN's laser cutter safely as you make a small item.

      The class covers how to prep a design for cutting and engraving on the laser cutter as well as the set-up, settings and operation of the laser cutter.

      Optional: Bring a laptop with Inkscape installed. It is the free design software we use with the laser cutter. Click here to go to Inkscape.org where you can download it. There are versions for Windows, Mac OS and Linux. This is not strictly necessary, but will help you get the most out of this class.

      Successful completion of this workshop is the first step toward becoming qualified for independent operation of the laser cutter. It also prepares you for more advanced laser cutting classes. 

      Class size is limited to 4.

      Contact Annette Walker: ETA.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org

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      • Saturday, October 27, 2018
      • Saturday, November 10, 2018
      • 3 sessions
      • BARN ETA Studio, Class Code EL102718TS
      • 10
      Register

      This class is designed to help the new HAM radio operator build an emergency back-up power supply. The power supply will be based on a 12 volt deep-draw battery in a self-contained box for those times when the power is out.

      Taught in a series of three sessions, this hands-on class is open to HAMs of all ages and others 14 and older interested in emergency backup power.

      Class size is limited to 10.

      Class Description

      Session one: Starting with a black plastic battery box, a trickle charger will be incorporated to maintain the battery to keep it topped off for those times when you really need it. A four gang fuse box will be installed to protect components. Additionally, switches will be added to control additional components as they are added.

      There will be discussion on what size deep draw battery will be added by the individual user. A handout will be provided. A battery isolation switch will be installed so that the entire power box can be turned off for safety. A cigarette lighter type receptacle (CLR) will be included to charge your handheld radio or other battery operated device – such as a laptop computer or tablet.

      Session two: Add additional components to the power box for increased functionality. A dual power pole panel mount receptacle will be added with a 20 amp DC output to power a radio or other DC device.

      Session three: Configure a second power pole receptacle  Add a 5 volt 4.2 Amp USB port for charging devices like cell phones and powering emergency LED lights. In addition, a switched panel mounted volt meter will be installed. Also, a solar controller will be added to the system to allow a solar panel to charge the battery. The solar connector will use pulse width modulation and be configured to reduce RFI and radio interference.

      Materials Fees

      A materials fee of $160 will be added to the class fee. Your power supply is yours to take home with you. 

      Note that materials fee does not include a deep draw battery. You will receive help selecting the right size battery for your needs as well as a handout and information about what to purchase one.

      Instructor Bios

      Wade WA7DE and Jim K7EXP both hold the Extra certification, the highest HAM certification. 

      Jim, K7EXP, received a BA in Chemistry and Biology from PLU and an MS in Oceanography from OSU. He spent his civilian career exploring the world’s oceans while doing highly complex technical and scientific projects. He was an Air Force pilot in Vietnam where he had is first opportunity talking on radios. Jim has built various radio related projects for use when fly fishing and exploring remote locations in the Western US. He has been active in HAM radio for the last seven years and is a Trustee of the Bainbridge Island Amateur Radio Club.

      Wade, WA7DE, has been a HAM since the early ‘70’s. He has built a plethora of various types of HAM radio equipment and likes experimenting with and building antennas. He served as a Trustee in the Bainbridge Island Amateur Radio Club. The Bainbridge Island Amateur Radio Club (BARC) supports HAM radio operators and those who want to become HAM radio operators at all levels. 

      About BARC (Bainbridge Amateur Radio Club)

      BARC meets at 9 am for a breakfast meeting at Casa Rojas in the Pavilion on the first Saturday of every month. The club supports various community events such as the Chilly Hilly and the Rotary Auction.

      Contact Annette Walker: ETA.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org

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      • Monday, October 29, 2018
      • Monday, November 05, 2018
      • 2 sessions
      • Electronic & Technical Arts Studio, Class Code: EL10291818CS
      • 8
      Register

      Learn the basic features of Fusion 360, a 3-D design program that will allow you to design objects on a computer screen and turn into items made of metal, wood, plastic or even molds for casting glass.

      This class is required if you want to take studio-specific classes in how to run computer-controled tools at BARN including the plasma cutter in the Welding Studio, the milling machine in the Metal Machining Studio, or the CNC router in the Woodworking Studio. You can also use Fusion 360 to design objects for BARN's 3-D printers. 

      Please note: You must bring a laptop computer with a mouse and a working copy of Fusion 360 already downloaded to that computer. This is critical as no computers are provided, and the design program does not work well with a trackpad. There is no time during the class to download the program. If you have questions or run into problems downloading the program, please use this form to contact the instructor for help.

      This is a two-session class, designed to allow you to work with the program after the first session and get help with roadblocks or answers to your questions at the second session. Allow time between the sessions to work on your project, which you will get at the first session. A  learning reference will be provided on the techniques covered in the class, including: 
      • Basic design concepts
      • Step-by-step creation of a cad design
      • Additional learning resources so you can fast-track your proficiency in Fusion

      Instructor: Chris Stanley is a fourth-generation artist/ craftsman who works in a variety of media. After working for many years as a professional model maker in both architectural and design fields, he went into education. He taught computer-aided design and other classes for the Art Institute of Seattle for 19 years.

      • Saturday, November 03, 2018
      • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
      • Electronic Technical Arts Studio
      • 25
      Register

      Designed as a user's guide to BARN ETA studio, this free orientation session is highly recommended for all participants. It will cover everything from studio etiquette and policies to an overview of what we have and where stuff is. 

      You'll get to see the 3D printers, laser cutter, soldering station, hand tools and more. Overall BARN policies as well as studio-specific ones will also be covered.

      Participants will also learn about the leadership structure within ETA  and about opportunities to participate in helping everything run smoothly. Volunteer jobs range range from serving as studio monitors to helping with studio maintenance.

      This event is free but please register so we know how many to expect.


      Contact: ETA.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org


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      • Friday, November 09, 2018
      • Friday, November 16, 2018
      • 2 sessions
      • Electronic & Technical Arts Studio, Class Code: EL11091818CS
      • 8
      Register

      Learn the basic features of Fusion 360, a 3-D design program that will allow you to design objects on a computer screen and turn into items made of metal, wood, plastic or even molds for casting glass.

      This class is required if you want to take studio-specific classes in how to run computer-controled tools at BARN including the plasma cutter in the Welding Studio, the milling machine in the Metal Machining Studio, or the CNC router in the Woodworking Studio. You can also use Fusion 360 to design objects for BARN's 3-D printers. 

      Please note: You must bring a laptop computer with a mouse and a working copy of Fusion 360 already downloaded to that computer. This is critical as no computers are provided, and the design program does not work well with a trackpad. There is no time during the class to download the program. If you have questions or run into problems downloading the program, please use this form to contact the instructor for help.

      This is a two-session class, designed to allow you to work with the program after the first session and get help with roadblocks or answers to your questions at the second session. Allow time between the sessions to work on your project, which you will get at the first session. A  learning reference will be provided on the techniques covered in the class, including: 
      • Basic design concepts
      • Step-by-step creation of a cad design
      • Additional learning resources so you can fast-track your proficiency in Fusion

      Instructor: Chris Stanley is a fourth-generation artist/ craftsman who works in a variety of media. After working for many years as a professional model maker in both architectural and design fields, he went into education. He taught computer-aided design and other classes for the Art Institute of Seattle for 19 years.

      • Saturday, November 10, 2018
      • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
      • ETA Studio Class Code: EL111018RG
      • 6
      Register

      Get introduced to 3D printing in this one-hour session. You'll get to see BARN's printers and gain an understanding of how they work and what they can make.

      You will see a computer file get readied for printing in a process called "slicing."

      You'll see the different printers we have and learn about filament, the material 3D printers use to make prints.  We'll start a print and you'll see the printer print.

      3D printing has many uses, ranging from practical to fun, such as replacement parts, mold-making, medical models used in surgery, prototypes and more.  

      Bring your curiosity and questions. You can continue to use the 3D printers at Open Studio where a studio monitor or other member can help you.

      Class size is limited to 6. 

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      • Saturday, November 17, 2018
      • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
      • BARN wide event

      BARN Bazaar 


      Join our BARN Artisans in a show and sell event. 


      More info to come soon!

      • Saturday, December 01, 2018
      • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
      • Electronic Technical Arts Studio
      • 25
      Register

      Designed as a user's guide to BARN ETA studio, this free orientation session is highly recommended for all participants. It will cover everything from studio etiquette and policies to an overview of what we have and where stuff is. 

      You'll get to see the 3D printers, laser cutter, soldering station, hand tools and more. Overall BARN policies as well as studio-specific ones will also be covered.

      Participants will also learn about the leadership structure within ETA  and about opportunities to participate in helping everything run smoothly. Volunteer jobs range range from serving as studio monitors to helping with studio maintenance.

      This event is free but please register so we know how many to expect.


      Contact: ETA.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org


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      • Saturday, December 01, 2018
      • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
      • BARN ETA Studio, Class Code EL120118TS
      • 9
      Register
      The perfect project for the new HAM radio operator who wants to extend the range of their hand-held UHF/VHF radio with a portable roll-up antenna. The class is hands on. You will build your own J-Pole antenna to take home and use. You will learn to solder and crimp while building the antenna.

      Your antenna can be rolled up to make it portable, or you can encase it in PVC pipe and use it as a permanent or semi-permanent installation at your HAM radio shack.  

      A materials fee of $10 will be collected along with the class registration fee. This provides you with all materials to build your antenna and take it home with you.

      Instructor Bios: Wade WA7DE and Jim K7EXP both hold the Extra certification, the highest HAM certification. Jim, K7EXP, received a BA in Chemistry and Biology from PLU and an MS in Oceanography from OSU. He spent his civilian career exploring the world’s oceans while doing highly complex technical and scientific projects. He was an Air Force pilot in Vietnam where he had his first opportunity talking on radios. Jim has built various radio related projects for use when fly fishing and exploring remote locations in the Western US.  He has been active in HAM radio for the last seven years and is a Trustee of the Bainbridge Island Amateur Radio Club. 

      Wade, WA7DE, has been a HAM since the early ‘70’s. He has built a plethora of various types of HAM radio equipment and likes experimenting with and building antennas. He served as a Trustee in the Bainbridge Island Amateur Radio Club. The Bainbridge Island Amateur Radio Club (BARC) supports HAM radio operators and those who want to become HAM radio operators at all levels. The club meets at 9 am for a breakfast meeting at Casa Rojas in the Pavilion on the first Saturday of every month. The club supports various community events such as Chilly Hilly and the Rotary Auction.

      Class size is limited to 10 so be sure to register to snag your spot.

      Contact Annette Walker: ETA.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org

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      • Saturday, December 08, 2018
      • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
      • ETA Studio Class Code: EL120818RG
      • 6
      Register

      Get introduced to 3D printing in this one-hour session. You'll get to see BARN's printers and gain an understanding of how they work and what they can make.

      You will see a computer file get readied for printing in a process called "slicing."

      You'll see the different printers we have and learn about filament, the material 3D printers use to make prints.  We'll start a print and you'll see the printer print.

      3D printing has many uses, ranging from practical to fun, such as replacement parts, mold-making, medical models used in surgery, prototypes and more.  

      Bring your curiosity and questions. You can continue to use the 3D printers at Open Studio where a studio monitor or other member can help you.

      Class size is limited to 6. 

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      • Saturday, December 15, 2018
      • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
      • BARN ETA Studio, Class Code: EL121518NA
      • 4
      Register

      This 2-hour class is designed for makers getting started with the laser cutter in the Electronic and Technical Arts Studio. You will learn how to operate BARN's laser cutter safely as you make a small item.

      The class covers how to prep a design for cutting and engraving on the laser cutter as well as the set-up, settings and operation of the laser cutter.

      Optional: Bring a laptop with Inkscape installed. It is the free design software we use with the laser cutter. Click here to go to Inkscape.org where you can download it. There are versions for Windows, Mac OS and Linux. This is not strictly necessary, but will help you get the most out of this class.

      Successful completion of this workshop is the first step toward becoming qualified for independent operation of the laser cutter. It also prepares you for more advanced laser cutting classes. 

      Class size is limited to 4.

      Contact Annette Walker: ETA.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org

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