How to Make (Almost) Anything

By Casey Evans

This article is about the course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. For other uses, see How to Make (Almost) Anything (disambiguation).

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This is the EDS Lab

The MIT course How to Make (Almost) Anything, provides a practical hands-on introduction to digital fabrication, including CAD/CAM/CAE, NC machining, 3-D printing and scanning, molding and casting, composites, laser and waterjet cutting, PCB design and fabrication; sensors and actuators; mixed-signal instrumentation, embedded processing, and wired and wireless communications. Develops an understanding of these capabilities through projects using them individually and jointly to create functional systems. The course is worth 18 units.