In the three years that the Cornell Maker Club has existed, it has amassed a collection of useful tools and equipment, including a 3-D printer, a soldering station, a function generator, an oscilloscope, assorted hand tools and power tools and a small library of technical manuals and books. It has greatly increased the number of people participating in club activities, and has secured official status as a student-run club. The only thing it had been lacking, until now, is a permanent home. Read more here
Cornell Maker Club gets a new home
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