MIT Lincoln Lab Internship
The first half of the internship was in the area of tactical systems research. I gained experience in rapid prototyping, UAV engineering and team work.
The second half of the internship was based around a class called "Hacking a 3D Printer". My team and I taught the class at MIT's Beaver Works. We taught a group of high school students the fundamentals of building and using a 3D printer. At the end of the course the students were tasked with making a "hack" to their printer. Some of these hacks included a water cooled printer, an additional flexible filament extruder, a printer that could print frosting, a "mega" printer and a "mini" printer.