So you know how a resistor works, but how do you do something real, like make a robot move? In In-Depth Electronics, we'll cover deeper topics in detail, through a combination of discussion and hands-on experimentation. Each month we'll cover a different area in three sessions.
Learn how to remotely fire projectiles! Armed robots are best robots!
Students will learn how to build specific types of electronic circuits.
Students should already know the basics, such as resistors and capacitors, and how to use a multimeter and oscilloscope. These are taught in our Intro to Electronics class.
All class materials are provided. There is a $20 materials fee, payable to the instructor.
What to Bring:
Yourself and a desire to learn. Ideas about what you are interested in being able to build are helpful.
Charles "Mycroft" Hannum started designing electronics in the early 80s by building ham radios. He's designed consumer electronics for several companies you've heard of (and some you haven't). His first robot was a Heathkit Hero Jr., and his second is Stompy.
This class has three sessions:
Sunday, February 9th, 1:00-4:00pm
Sunday, February 16th, 1:00-4:00pm
Sunday, February 23th, 1:00-4:00pm
REFUNDS: We offer full refunds for any class cancellations more than three days in advance of the class start date. After that point refunds are contingent upon the Asylum being able to fill the seat. No refunds whatsoever are offered for same-day cancellations. To request a refund for a class, please fill out this form.
CANCELLATIONS: Your class may be cancelled if too few people register. A decision will be made a few days before the class is scheduled to run, and you will be notified of the cancellation and your registration refunded in full.
When & Where
Artisan's Asylum, Inc.
Artisan's Asylum is a 40,000 sq. ft. member-based non-profit community fabrication center located in Somerville MA, dedicated to making creativity a way of life. Our mission is to support and promote the teaching, learning and practicing of design & fabrication by offering:
* Shared design and fabrication tools and equipment in our various community workshops.
* A large range of publicly-accessible classes offered by local artisans.
* Various monthly membership structures allowing access to our facility.
* On-site studio and storage rentals allowing members to create and store projects on-site.
* Hosting local craft-related events to help encourage DIY culture and community craftsmanship.