Module Index

Digital Fabrication Principles and Practices
plan and sketch a potential diploma project
Collaborative Technical Development, Documentation and Project Management
build a personal website
Computer-Aided Design, Manufacturing and Modelling
model a possible final project
Computer-Controlled Cutting
design, make, and document a press-fit construction kit
Electronics Production
make the FabISP in-circuit programmer
Computer-Controlled Machining
make something big
Electronics Design
add a button and LED to the echo hello-world board
Molding, Casting and Composites
design a 3D mold, machine it, and cast parts in it
Embedded Programming
read a microcontroller data sheet and program your board to do something, in as many different programming languages as possible
3D Scanning and Printing
3D scan an object, design and 3D print an object
Input Devices
measure something: add a sensor to a microcontroller board and read it
Interface and Application Programming
write an application that interfaces with an input &/or output device
Output Devices
add an output device to a microcontroller board and program it to do something
Mechanical Design
make the MTM Snap machine (structural components)
Embedded Networking and Communications
build a wired &/or wireless network with at least two nodes
Machine Design
make the MTM Snap machine (motion control components)
Digital Fabrication Applications and Implications
plan and document a final project that integrates the range of units covered
Digital Fabrication Project Development
work on your final project, documenting your progress
Invention, Intellectual Property and Business Models
complete your final project
Final Project Presentations
the big reveal!