If you have an interest in engineering or a hardware product you’ve been wanting to create, then we’ve got just the place for you. E::Space Labs, a new membership-based engineering lab in Bend , is hosting an open house from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 18.
The lab provides hardware designers, inventors, entrepreneurs, startups and established corporations with education and high-tech facilities that they can use to develop and test new electronic products.
“We have been open since June, building our operation serving companies in Central Oregon, both startups and existing enterprise with engineering support, but this is our first opportunity to ask the public to take a look at our lab facility, services and classes we offer,” says David Robson, the lab’s co-founder.
E::Space Labs offers the following:
- Classes related to microprocessor design from breadboard prototype to finished PCBs ready for manufacturing as well as a line of business classes aimed at entrepreneurs starting high-tech electronic device businesses. Check their website for a full list of course offerings.
- Access to a team of technical design experts.
- Experienced technical instructors and professional engineers
- Prototype development and product refinement.
- Facilities for development of corporate proprietary devices.
- A cost-effective way to develop products, while avoiding major capital equipment or facility costs.
E::Space Labs includes five complete and professional-level workstations for designing and fabricating prototype electronic devices plus specialized workstations for more advanced projects. Each workstation is outfitted with key test instruments and software tools necessary for circuit design and testing, a high performance oscilloscope, a programmable function generator, a variable voltage power supply, digital multimeter and other electronic rapid prototyping accessories.In addition, each workstation includes a full suite of engineering software tools such as circuit analysis and printed circuit board layout.
Check it out:
Open House @ E::Space Labs
48 Bridgeford, Suite 180
Oct. 18 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.