Students used lasers to cut acrylic, shape wood and carve “Rick and Morty” faces into checkers pieces.
The UCLA Makerspace in Rieber Hall held a three-part workshop over the course of the last four weeks dedicated to teaching students how to manufacture board games. Read more...
Photo: UCLA Makerspace, located in Rieber Hall, recently hosted the long-term Make Your Own Board Game workshop. The three-part program taught participants to use specific industrial machines, such as laser cutters and 3D printers. The program’s director, Allison Shindell, a first-year computer science and linguistics student, said she hopes the space will cater to the general student body and help them feel comfortable using the machinery.
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