Hunter TAFE’s Interactive Demonstrations and Activities at the Hunter Makers Festival 11-12th November 2016 at Newcastle Jockey Club
Visit us at Booths 37-38
|Speciality||Representative||Description of activity|
|Electronics (Assemble Complex Circuit System)||David Leask, Peter Jansen, Andrew Moss||Participants will be given the opportunity to learn how to assemble a fine pitch, surface mount complex Electronic Circuit. This type of manual soldering technique is typically employed in the Hunter Region during prototyping and industrial printed circuit board rework.|
|Industrial Design (3D Printing Demonstration)||Katherine Swan||Participants will assemble a two-part product that demonstrates the utilization of both the laser cutter and 3D printing process used in prototyping.
This will demonstrate a design evaluation process used prior to committing a product to mass production.
|Sheet metal/Automotive (Try A Skill Trailer – Spraypainting model vehicles)||Wayne Parkinson||Participants will be able to learn about spot welding, MIG welding and airbrush techniques as used in the Automotive Panel Beating and Spray Painting industry.|
|Welding (Simulator)||Chad Hamilton||Hunter TAFE’s Virtual Welder gives the user a unique experience by simulating true to life welding conditions without any of the safety risks.|
|Industrial Production (Robot Demonstration)||David Leask, Peter Jansen, Andrew Moss||Pneumatic production robots are controlled by complex electronic circuits. These robots are indicative of the equipment used in training students at Hunter TAFE.|