Year 2019 Workshop and activities Date
Workshop Location: Michael Crouch Innovation Center, UNSW Kensington Campus (Map Ref. E10)
|Week||Start of the Week
(6pm - 8pm)
(3pm to 5pm)
|0||11/02/2019||O-Week Stall (Monday to Thursday 9am to 5pm)|
|2||25/02/2019||Arduino Workshop 1: Basic Digital Signals and Serial|
|3||04/03/2019||Arduino Workshop 2: Basic Analog Signals and Motors||Social|
|4||11/03/2019||Arduino Workshop 3: Building a Car||Project Fair
(11am to 2pm)
|5||18/03/2019||CAD Workshop: Fundamental Modelling|
|6||25/03/2019||DigFab Workshop 1: 3D Printing and Complex 3D Models||Starters Pitch Night
(6pm to 8pm)
|7||01/04/2019||DigFab Workshop 2: Laser Cutting and Complex 2D Models|
|8||08/04/2019||BlueSat: Basics of Soldering||Project Fair
(11am to 2pm)
|9||15/04/2019||Design Workshop: Basic Design Principles|
CREATE runs various free workshops throughout university academic terms. This include basic electronics, Arduino, CAD and more. Just show up and join in. Runs every Monday night. More info here.
CREATE sells electronic parts including microcontrollers, breadboards, Arduino kits and quadcopters throughout the terms. Find us every Monday.
If you have a cool personal project of your own or with your friends, come and showcase them to the rest of our community in CREATE’s hackathon! There will be complimentary food, potential networking opportunities with other passionate makers and cash prizes for the ‘people’s choice’.
Starters Pitch Night
To reboot the Starters program, CREATE will be hosting a pitch night. Present your great ideas to the audience for a chance to receive $500 from CREATE and additional technical and logistical support for your great project.
Come and join us to hear some innovative ideas, or pitch your own.
PROJECTS INFO NIGHTS
CREATE runs various projects each year, keep an eye on project info nights and attend to express your interest.
Click here to see our previous projects.
Basic Electronics & Arduino
The workshops cover the basics of:
1) Electronics and wiring
2) Arduino programming and wiring
3) Use of breadboards, sensors and other parts
While the workshop are free to attend, we ask that attendees bring a laptop and an Arduino Kit
2D / 3D CAD
The workshops cover: how to model laser cut and 3D printed objects in Fusion 360. You will need to bring in your laptop if you already have the software installed.