Summer Quarter has ended and UW is officially on break. However, WOOF is still going. We are going to continue holding our Friday hours until the beginning of Autumn quarter. You should come in and take advantage of these hours as we cannot guarantee we will have access to our lovely room in the next school year.
We know there are still many of you out there with half-built Clonedels - We can help you finish them.
So today WOOF got to host a mini-fieldtrip for the summer robotics camp kids. They've been diligently making different kinds of robots all summer and came next door to check out our robots as their last hurrah of camp.
Brandon B set up the frostruder and demoed its ability to make tasty tasty cookie gears.
Brandon P showed the kids how Big Red can act like a giant over powered ink printer.
Beth showed them the boat and explained how 3D printers work using the boat's very visible layers of plastic as a visual.
All in all, a fun way to spend Friday afternoon and we at WOOF hope that we inspired at least some of them to keep pursuing STEM topics - especially 3D printing -