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Fabricating Society, 13th International Conference of Digital Fabrication

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Tuesday, August 1
 

14:30

102 Cardboard CNC Machines MTM (2days)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

At Fab Lab Tecsup we have been working, since last year in the development of machine structures using cardboard. Cardboard is light weight and resistant depending on how do you design the structure. For this workshop we are going to make a hands on activity with the participants to developed a Tube Cutter Machine.

Workshop Tutors
avatar for Fabio Ibarra

Fabio Ibarra

Fab Lab Universitario CIDi
I studied Industrial Design at the School of Architecture, Design and Arts of the National University of Asuncion. I took FAB ACADEMY DIPLOMA in 2016 at Fab Lab Tecsup, Lima, through a schollarship provided by CIDI (Center of Investigation, Development and Innovation), CONACYT and... Read More →
avatar for Gabi Mojoli

Gabi Mojoli

Fab Lab Universitario CIDi
avatar for Roberto Delgado

Roberto Delgado

Industrial Design Coordinator / Fab Lab Manager, TECSUP
Engineer in Electronics, passionate for Digital Fabrication. Faculty member at TECSUP - Lima


Tuesday August 1, 2017 14:30 - 18:30
Centro de Extension Universidad Catolica O'Higgins, Av Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 390, Santiago, Región Metropolitana

14:30

103 Communal Bio-laboratories: Make a DIY incubator
Limited Capacity full
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Con herramientas de fabricación digital y micro-controladores podemos equipar económicamente un BioLaboratorio. Hoy materializaremos una incubadora.

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avatar for David Arias

David Arias

FabLab Zoi
Interested in Biohacking, Digital Fabrication, Bioreactors, Biotechnology, Bio Informatics, Molecular Biology, Synthetic Biology.


Tuesday August 1, 2017 14:30 - 18:30
Centro de Extension Universidad Catolica O'Higgins, Av Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 390, Santiago, Región Metropolitana

14:30

106 How to learn electronics by making your own Fab Oscilloscope (2days)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Why we don't learn electronics by showing how we can use it to produce our own tools? Coming up from a broader philosophy that tries to understand how things works instead of being lazy and buying them, you will understand the basics of electronics by making a DIY Oscilloscope. The Oscilloscope will be locally produced using standard Fab Lab equipment, and can be later on further replicated or customized by the participants. During the workshop mini lectures about electronics will be given to let the participant understand what they are doing.

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avatar for Daniele Ingrassia

Daniele Ingrassia

Fab Lab Kamp-Lintfort
Fab Academy Instructor


Tuesday August 1, 2017 14:30 - 18:30
Centro de Extension Universidad Catolica O'Higgins, Av Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 390, Santiago, Región Metropolitana

14:30

111 FabDoc - Version Control Tool for makers
Limited Capacity filling up

We are all facing a lot of works of documentation beyond making, especially when we would like to share and collaboratively develop "hardware" projects. 
There are too many version control system (VCS) tools for "software" projects so that we could fortunately join any large-scale software projects, such as Linux, if they are open source. But what happen to "hardware" projects? Can we enlarge the scale of these projects with VCS tools? 
We are trying to hack the way of documenting for all of makers' projects, simply with Raspberry Pi, camera module, and goggle.

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Tuesday August 1, 2017 14:30 - 18:30
Hosting Lab UdeChile Av. Beaucheff 851, Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile
 
Wednesday, August 2
 

14:30

202 Cardboard CNC Machines MTM (2days)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

At Fab Lab Tecsup we have been working, since last year in the development of machine structures using cardboard. Cardboard is light weight and resistant depending on how do you design the structure. For this workshop we are going to make a hands on activity with the participants to developed a Tube Cutter Machine and 4 axis CNC machine.

Workshop Tutors
avatar for Fabio Ibarra

Fabio Ibarra

Fab Lab Universitario CIDi
I studied Industrial Design at the School of Architecture, Design and Arts of the National University of Asuncion. I took FAB ACADEMY DIPLOMA in 2016 at Fab Lab Tecsup, Lima, through a schollarship provided by CIDI (Center of Investigation, Development and Innovation), CONACYT and... Read More →
avatar for Gabi Mojoli

Gabi Mojoli

Fab Lab Universitario CIDi
avatar for Roberto Delgado

Roberto Delgado

Industrial Design Coordinator / Fab Lab Manager, TECSUP
Engineer in Electronics, passionate for Digital Fabrication. Faculty member at TECSUP - Lima


Wednesday August 2, 2017 14:30 - 18:30
Centro de Extension Universidad Catolica O'Higgins, Av Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 390, Santiago, Región Metropolitana

14:30

204 Material cycles step 2 : Making Measuring Devices
Limited Capacity full
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We believe in a world where anyone, anywhere can fabricate with the materials around them. Digital fabrication is shifting where and how we can fabricate our physical world. This shift opens a critical need: for local production, we need local materials. We need to move from rigid global supply chains to flexible local networks, from intensive resource extraction to diverse nutrient cycling. Just as other organisms do, we need to learn to use the materials around us.
Our workshop will introduce key tools for using local materials such as bioplastics, natural composites, and recycled feedstock. We introduce a library of open source recipes made from local ingredients. We offer open source tools for measuring material properties, generating data that can be used for simulating the performance of designs made with these materials. We invite you to join us in developing these tools for your Fab Lab and the global network. Day 2: Measure: using uTest, a universal testing that can be made in your Fab Lab, we will measure the mechanical properties of materials we made. We will explore how to use this materials data in design simulation.

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avatar for Alysia Garmulewicz

Alysia Garmulewicz

Assistant Professor, Circular Economy Innovation, Universidad de Santiago: local materials platforms


Wednesday August 2, 2017 14:30 - 18:30
Centro de Extension Universidad Catolica O'Higgins, Av Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 390, Santiago, Región Metropolitana

14:30

206 How to learn electronics by making your own Fab Oscilloscope (2days)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Why we don't learn electronics by showing how we can use it to produce our own tools? Coming up from a broader philosophy that tries to understand how things works instead of being lazy and buying them, you will understand the basics of electronics by making a DIY Oscilloscope. The Oscilloscope will be locally produced using standard Fab Lab equipment, and can be later on further replicated or customized by the participants. During the workshop mini lectures about electronics will be given to let the participant understand what they are doing.

Workshop Tutors
avatar for Daniele Ingrassia

Daniele Ingrassia

Fab Lab Kamp-Lintfort
Fab Academy Instructor


Wednesday August 2, 2017 14:30 - 18:30
Centro de Extension Universidad Catolica O'Higgins, Av Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 390, Santiago, Región Metropolitana

14:30

210 FabDoc - Version Control Tool for makers (repeated)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

We are all facing a lot of works of documentation beyond making, especially when we would like to share and collaboratively develop "hardware" projects. 
There are too many version control system (VCS) tools for "software" projects so that we could fortunately join any large-scale software projects, such as Linux, if they are open source. But what happen to "hardware" projects? Can we enlarge the scale of these projects with VCS tools? 
We are trying to hack the way of documenting for all of makers' projects, simply with Raspberry Pi, camera module, and goggle.

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Wednesday August 2, 2017 14:30 - 18:30
Hosting Lab FabHaus El Comendador 1916, Providencia. Santiago de Chile
 
Thursday, August 3
 

14:30

319 NERO Drones
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Commonly referred as an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), drones are becoming construction techniques, photogrammetry, transportation, agriculture, security, rescue, environmental research and many different applications. As Peter Drucker said “What gets measured gets managed“. Data interpretation is, indeed, part of every daily life in our networked society. The ability of drones to extract data and translate surrounding conditions into numeric information, turns UAV into a highly valuable technology.
 
Exploiting nowadays Fab Lab capabilities we are now able to digitally produce drones by ourselves, and to deeply understand all the techniques and technologies involved. This knowledge is now allowing us to quickly customize ad-hoc drone solutions, but also to digitally distribute, repair and replicate it where needed. From cheap solutions used as learn platforms to fully featured drones having different kind of equipment onboard, we will present and discuss the current state of the art of Fab Lab drones and their applications, in order to let anybody from the community able to access, adapt and use it, but also to provide us feedback about developments and potential applications.
What has been done in the past 2 years?
At the beginning developed as Fab Academy projects, different drone solutions have been released as open source projects. This is the case of standard drones components like the satshakit based flight controller boards, wood and 3D printed frames, protective cages. Furthermore, fully documented complete drones designs have been published, like satshacopter or nero. As main applications, we have been using them as learning platform for teaching digital fabrication, and for data collection and analysis scenarios.
FAB 13 Activities
NERO Drones, in which we will present our drone developments. Setup an hackathon-style workshop in which we help the participants in develop a new drone prototype, then released as open source in the community
Which are de spected FAB 13 Outcomes from the activities
Let the Fab Lab community be able to easily use, adapt and replicate our drones. Understand and identify the most important applications and potential applications of drones in Fab Labs and their context.
Developed outcome*
A research about the possible future of Fab Drones. A new drone prototype built during the conference in a (hackathon-style), that will try to address one of the identified potential ideas.

Commonly referred as an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), drones are becoming construction techniques, photogrammetry, transportation, agriculture, security, rescue, environmental research and many different applications. As Peter Drucker said “What gets measured gets managed“. Data interpretation is, indeed, part of every daily life in our networked society. The ability of drones to extract data and translate surrounding conditions into numeric information, turns UAV into a highly valuable technology.
 
Exploiting nowadays Fab Lab capabilities we are now able to digitally produce drones by ourselves, and to deeply understand all the techniques and technologies involved. This knowledge is now allowing us to quickly customize ad-hoc drone solutions, but also to digitally distribute, repair and replicate it where needed. From cheap solutions used as learn platforms to fully featured drones having different kind of equipment onboard, we will present and discuss the current state of the art of Fab Lab drones and their applications, in order to let anybody from the community able to access, adapt and use it, but also to provide us feedback about developments and potential applications.
What has been done in the past 2 years?
At the beginning developed as Fab Academy projects, different drone solutions have been released as open source projects. This is the case of standard drones components like the satshakit based flight controller boards, wood and 3D printed frames, protective cages. Furthermore, fully documented complete drones designs have been published, like satshacopter or nero. As main applications, we have been using them as learning platform for teaching digital fabrication, and for data collection and analysis scenarios.
FAB 13 Activities
NERO Drones, in which we will present our drone developments. Setup an hackathon-style workshop in which we help the participants in develop a new drone prototype, then released as open source in the community
Which are de spected FAB 13 Outcomes from the activities
Let the Fab Lab community be able to easily use, adapt and replicate our drones. Understand and identify the most important applications and potential applications of drones in Fab Labs and their context.
Developed outcome*
A research about the possible future of Fab Drones. A new drone prototype built during the conference in a (hackathon-style), that will try to address one of the identified potential ideas.

Commonly referred as an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), drones are becoming construction techniques, photogrammetry, transportation, agriculture, security, rescue, environmental research and many different applications. As Peter Drucker said “What gets measured gets managed“. Data interpretation is, indeed, part of every daily life in our networked society. The ability of drones to extract data and translate surrounding conditions into numeric information, turns UAV into a highly valuable technology.
 
Exploiting nowadays Fab Lab capabilities we are now able to digitally produce drones by ourselves, and to deeply understand all the techniques and technologies involved. This knowledge is now allowing us to quickly customize ad-hoc drone solutions, but also to digitally distribute, repair and replicate it where needed. From cheap solutions used as learn platforms to fully featured drones having different kind of equipment onboard, we will present and discuss the current state of the art of Fab Lab drones and their applications, in order to let anybody from the community able to access, adapt and use it, but also to provide us feedback about developments and potential applications.
What has been done in the past 2 years?
At the beginning developed as Fab Academy projects, different drone solutions have been released as open source projects. This is the case of standard drones components like the satshakit based flight controller boards, wood and 3D printed frames, protective cages. Furthermore, fully documented complete drones designs have been published, like satshacopter or nero. As main applications, we have been using them as learning platform for teaching digital fabrication, and for data collection and analysis scenarios.
FAB 13 Activities
NERO Drones, in which we will present our drone developments. Setup an hackathon-style workshop in which we help the participants in develop a new drone prototype, then released as open source in the community
Which are de spected FAB 13 Outcomes from the activities
Let the Fab Lab community be able to easily use, adapt and replicate our drones. Understand and identify the most important applications and potential applications of drones in Fab Labs and their context.
Developed outcome*
A research about the possible future of Fab Drones. A new drone prototype built during the conference in a (hackathon-style), that will try to address one of the identified potential ideas.

Commonly referred as an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), drones are becoming construction techniques, photogrammetry, transportation, agriculture, security, rescue, environmental research and many different applications. As Peter Drucker said “What gets measured gets managed“. Data interpretation is, indeed, part of every daily life in our networked society. The ability of drones to extract data and translate surrounding conditions into numeric information, t

Workshop Tutors
avatar for Aldo Sollazzo

Aldo Sollazzo

Director, Noumena
Aldo is an architect and researcher, expert in computational design and digital fabrication. Master in Architectonic Design in 2007,Master in Advanced Architecture at IAAC ] in 2012, Fab Academy diploma in 2014 in the Fab Lab Barcelona. Since 2011, he is manager of Noumena- He is... Read More →
avatar for Daniele Ingrassia

Daniele Ingrassia

Fab Lab Kamp-Lintfort
Fab Academy Instructor


Thursday August 3, 2017 14:30 - 18:30
Hosting Lab UAI Diagonal Las Torres 2640, Santiago, Peñalolén, Región Metropolitana, Chile

14:30

320 Creative design machines –design and assemble a CNC machine
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Creative design machines is an intensive workshop to fabricate and assemble CNC Machines. Starting from simple designs for linear CNC movements, students are encouraged to explore new machine designs to create in more original ways

Workshop Tutors
avatar for Diego Pinochet

Diego Pinochet

Fablab UAI
Master of Science in Architecture Studies in Design and Computation, MIT. MArch, PUC Chile.Diego is an expert in the development of tools for the design, with extensive experience in design and computational geometry, manufacturing technologies and robotics. His research is mainly... Read More →


Thursday August 3, 2017 14:30 - 18:30
Hosting Lab UAI Diagonal Las Torres 2640, Santiago, Peñalolén, Región Metropolitana, Chile