Family Make Night: Laser-cut Lanterns


For Digital Harbor Foundation’s May Family Make Night families learned how to create their own custom laser-cut lanterns! By using a vector drawing software called Inkscape families were able to follow a tutorial on our Family Make Night website to create a custom lantern. Seeing everyone’s face light up with excitement as their lantern started … Continue reading Family Make Night: Laser-cut Lanterns

Announcing the Innovation Access Program


Digital Harbor Foundation is a leader in educational technology training for youth and educators. Through the Innovation Access Program, we we would like to expand access to innovative technology, resources and training to an increasing number of educators. Announced in the White House’s New Commitments in Support of the President’s Nation of Makers Initiative to … Continue reading Announcing the Innovation Access Program

Student STEM Project: The effect of using different 3D printing filaments


  [box] This post is provided courtesy of Scott Dellosso, middle school teacher at Perryville Middle School in Cecil County MD. Scott has been a long-time partner of DHF and consulted on Sam’s STEM project. Check out more by Scott here: 3D Printing in English Class [/box]   A STEM project written by high school student Sam … Continue reading Student STEM Project: The effect of using different 3D printing filaments

3D Printing for Solving Baltimore’s Problems


Each year, DHF hosts our FabSLAM Challenge, where we invite teams of youth to use 3D printing and digital fabrication to create solutions to problems issued during the challenge. This year we had a great showing at our FabSLAM Finale Showcase with teams putting their fabrication skills and imagination to the test to solve problems … Continue reading 3D Printing for Solving Baltimore’s Problems