Thank you all for coming to the SolidWorks workshop! We hoped that you guys had a fun time designing and modeling a simple hull on SolidWorks. We will be hosting a similar workshop next week, but we will go more in-depth on other features of this program. Stay tuned for the next workshop from 3:30 to 5:00 PM on Friday, April 14th, in Old Engineering 112!
Hey everyone! Stony Brook Solar Racing Team will be hosting SolidWorks workshops on April 7th and April 14th, from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM at Old Engineering 112. Come learn the basics of making your own 3D models on SolidWorks, the most popular CAD software. Spots are first come first serve!
Sign up for April 7th: https://goo.gl/forms/xUAdgpH30Ra6UBYi1
Sign up for April 14th: https://goo.gl/forms/uB6XVrnVY1PHToDE3
Hello everyone! Stony Brook Solar Racing Team will be hosting a miniature electric car workshop on Wednesday, November 30th, from 1:00 P.M. to 2:00 P.M. at the Innovation Lab. We will be building and testing electric cars. Spots are first come first serve!
Sign up here at goo.gl/forms/eHgDoLago4JNWZoq2
Thanks for everyone that came to our first SolidWorks Event! We hope you learned the basics in CAD software so you can go on and create your own designs. Stay tuned for the next SolidWorks Workshop we will be hosting!
Big thanks to everyone that came to our Introduction to Breadboarding Workshop! We hope you had an amazing time!
Next, we are hosting our SolidWorks Workshop this Friday November 4 at Old Engineering 112 from 3:30pm - 5pm! No prior knowledge is needed and you must RSVP before seats run out for this event in the google form below!
Thank you for coming out to our booth at the CEAS Involvement Fair! We all hope you are ready to start the semester with our first GBM this Friday September 30th 2:30pm at Old Engineering 301!
We will be discussing upcoming events and open team positions!
The goal of the SolidWorks workshops is to empower students to use CAD to solve engineering challenges. For students who are interested in the Solar Racing Team, we have a couple of projects for students to use what they learned in the workshops and apply it to solve engineering challenges. You can check them out and signup at the following URL: http://sbusolarracing.weebly.com/projects.html This is a great way for students who do not have any industry experience to gain experience they can use to talk to employers.
As promised, our next SolidWorks Workshop is coming this Friday, March 11. Sign-up sheet is right below. This time we will be modeling Thor's Hammer! What will be different about this workshop is that we will place heavy emphasis on dimension of parts to aid in design.
We will also need to provide a cap of 25 students for the workshop, so if you are interested sign-up as soon as possible to reserve your spot, again you do not not need to be part of Solar Racing Team or an engineering major.
We hope you to see you there!
A big thank you to all of you who came to our first SolidWorks Workshop today! An even bigger thank you to Theta Thau, BMES and all our volunteers today making everything run smoothly. We hope you all learned a lot and hope to see you in future events!