Penn Robotics would like you to participate in an unique opportunity in our robotics lab. As Team 135 continues to gain experience with new, innovative machines/processes and technologies and processes, we want to pass these exciting experiences onto others with an interest in STEM. We are seeing excellent and unique learning opportunities for them in preparation for a STEM degree and career. It is important for our next generation of STEM students to gain insight and interest in these key experiences.

Team 135 is offering a series of innovative workshops that we believe are impactful experiences to have as students move through their middle school and high school. Enrichment workshops will be held on November 24th and 25th and December 27th and 28th for 5th-8th grade students. During each workshop, students will participate in two rotations per day which will be two hours long. In each rotation, students will complete multiple take home projects. The sign up space is limited to 15 students per rotations.

Current FRC team members will conduct these rotations below.

Rotations are:
3D design and 3D Printing
3D design and CNC Laser Engraving
3D design and CNC Plasma Cutting
3D design and CNC Engraver
3D design and CNC Router
3D design and CNC Milling
3D design and CNC Lathe

You will notice that each rotation starts with design as it is the foundation of all work created in our labs. Upon completing an introductory experience in design each project will be created on one of the many processes listed above.

The sign up for Enrichment Workshop(s), please click here

If you have any questions call our lab: 254-2881 or email: jlangfeldt@phm.k12.in.us

Written by: Olivia Adam

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