Your 3D printed objects do not have to be limited to using ABS (LEGO plastic) or PLA (corn starch based) filaments. We also have specialty filaments available in bronze, stainless steel, magnetic, conductive, wood, bamboo, laybrick (stone), t-glase (moderate reflectivity) and PCTPE (flexible). Pictured here is a stylus printed from conductive filament and it actually works! […]
Today in the Makers Lab, the San Francisco Health Investigators, a group of high school interns led by Dr. Ben Koo and Dr. Jenna Bernard from the Science & Health Education Partnership, proto-typed buttons for their health messaging campaign. The students designed buttons on topics such as Zika Virus, the importance of immunization, and birth defects […]
UCSF Library makers went on a field trip to the Noisebridge makerspace last week, and to say we had a good time is an understatement! What is Noisebridge? It is a community hackerspace/makerspace in San Francisco’s Mission District and is an educational non-profit. When you first walk in to Noisebridge, it may look a little […]
What can be more apropos than a book binding pop-up in our Library. Registration was filled to capacity shortly after we announced the date. We saw many beautiful book cover designs today and it never seizes to amaze us how much creativity and enthusiasm our participants bring to the Makers Lab.
Assessing the fourth factor of fair use can be the trickiest, because one needs to consider existing and potential markets for the work, including secondary markets, which might include translations, movie rights, or images on mouse pads or coffee mugs. Uses that can result in lost sales for already established markets tend to be determined […]