Students of the maker club watching a soldering demo.
Students of the maker club watching a soldering demo.
Max Lu

The Maker Space: Soldering, Modelling, and Toggling

The maker space is an area of the library for creating things, be it soldering circuits, or creating 3D printed cup holders and wheels. Furnished with multiple 3D printers, and every little tool you can think of, it is truely the dream of every creative mind.

Today at the maker space, the boys are learning how to solder with Jerry, with them taking turns using the soldering mats to make LED nametags. While this is happening, some of the members of the maker space are working on their 3D designs.

Kai Liu 24′ proudly presenting his 3d cup holder model (Max Lu)
Marc Crompton, head of the makerspace, refilling the filament of one of the printers (Max Lu)
Jerry Dai 25′ soldering circuitry onto an LED name tag (Max Lu)
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