Session Title

Kill Your Darlings: What an Academic Makerspace Learned Voiding Our Warranties on our 3D Printers

Presenter Information

John Fink, McMaster University

Description

The Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship, a digital scholarship lab and academic makerspace in Hamilton, Ontario, owns and uses a variety of 3d printers. As any technology in its relative infancy, they have been a combination of delightful and infuriating. Over the past year, we have done a significant amount of testing and tearing them apart in order to better understand how they work. In this session, I'll show you what we've learned.

Start Date

17-3-2016 2:15 PM

End Date

17-3-2016 3:45 PM

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Kill Your Darlings: What an Academic Makerspace Learned Voiding Our Warranties on our 3D Printers

The Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship, a digital scholarship lab and academic makerspace in Hamilton, Ontario, owns and uses a variety of 3d printers. As any technology in its relative infancy, they have been a combination of delightful and infuriating. Over the past year, we have done a significant amount of testing and tearing them apart in order to better understand how they work. In this session, I'll show you what we've learned.