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  • 1245 New Floor and More

    June 27, 2014

    After spring semester finals were done, ECS closed the 1245 computer classroom for renovation. 1245 closed You may not have noticed the floor, but it had worn badly under the rolling chairs in front of each computer, but this picture shows what all the furniture obscured.

  • Objet Printer coming to EMS

    June 27, 2014

    EMS recently took delivery of an Objet 3D printer. Objet printer in boxThe Objet 260 is manufactured by Stratasys, the company that also made the Dimension and Fortus 3D printers.The Objet 260 Connex is a photo polymer UV cure 3D printer that will provide extend the sort of prototyping possible with the existing 3D printers.

  • Summer Projects and Summer Staff

    June 17, 2014

    ECS does work in the summer than would be too disruptive during the fall and spring semesters. This summer's projects include completely remodeling both 1245 and 3231. The floor in 1245 was replaced, which required removing everything from that room. Once the new floor was installed, all the desks, new computers, new monitors, and the lectern at the front of the room had to be installed and arranged. That same deconstruction is occurring now in 3231. Fortunately ECS has a crew of willing student employees to help with this summer work: Darrow, Kenny, and Stephanie.

  • ECS Articles: What and Why

    September 27, 2012

    ECS articles constitute the new version of our newsletter. If you have comments about the contents on any article, you can log in to post comments. You will find the login link at the bottom of each article.

    Summer Projects and Summer Staff Meet the students helping with ECS projects this summer. (6/14)

    Data Manager: what Carrie Hogarty does. Have you ever wondered? (7/13)

  • VDI - Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

    September 26, 2012

    The VDI, which consists of ten fast computers, fast networking, fast storage, and virtual desktop software, provides Engineering students with remote access to the Engineering Windows environment.

  • Personalize It in the Electronics Shop

    June 09, 2014

    The dye-sublimation printer in the Engineering Electronics Shop gives you the chance to personalize mugs, coasters, tiles, or mousepads. The price for an 11 oz. coffee mug, sandstone coaster, 4" tile, and mousepad is $7.00. You provide a graphical image and choose the item onto which you want the image printed. The EES staff do the rest. Sent email or come to the shop in 2018 SC to get more information.

  • Mousepad - EES Dye-sublimation Printer

    May 29, 2014

     

     

  • Grid for scale

    March 21, 2013

    The Hawkeye colors of the grid and scale offer high-contrast as well as school spirit.

  • 2222 SC Senior Design Collaboration Room

    December 12, 2013

    What It Took to Construct 2222 SC: ETC Staff Collaboration

    What and Where

  • Cool Logos from OMAX WaterJet Cutter

    November 04, 2013

    In July 2012 EMS took delivery on the OMAX waterjet cutter. This past summer the shop added the angle cut head and terrain follower to the waterjet. With that hardware upgrade, users can create offsets to their designs.  Andrew Sterling, a student employee in the shop since April 2013,  talked to the installing technician and got interested in using the new feature. Since then, Andrew has created 3 different paperweights cut on the waterjet.

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