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## Laser Cutting
* make lasercutter test part(s), varying slot dimensions using parametric functions, testing your laser kerf & cutting settings (group project)
* characterize your lasercutter, making lasercutter test part(s), making test part(s) that vary cutting settings and dimensions(group project)
* cut something on the vinylcutter
* design, make, and document a parametric press-fit construction kit, accounting for the lasercutter kerf, which can be assembled in multiple ways
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## FAQ:
### What does 'characterise' mean?
> Answer:
1. describe/understand the nature and features (of your particular laser cutter)
### Can I use the Inkscape clone tool for my pressfit kit?
> Answer:
1. No. The clone tool is not a real parametric software.
> As outlined in the Commercial Boards policy, fabbing your own boards is an important part of Fab Academy. The 'fabbest' way to do this, is by milling your FR1 boards via Fab Modules or Mods.
# Electronics Production
* Characterize the specifications of your PCB production process
* Make an in-circuit programmer by milling the PCB (program it, so that you can use it to program your board in Electronics Design week, and in other weeks)
* Optionally, trying other processes.
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