Have an old electronic that has died but curious?
Announcing Teardown Tuesdays! This is a hands-on class to take things apart and find out what makes them tick. In this session we will disassemble a microwave. We will figure out what the different parts are, how to identify (and in some cases test) parts, find ways to repurpose some of them, and if we’re lucky, we may be able to find out why the microwave died. We’ll also talk about safety and the proper use of test equipment. The class will be led by an expert in the field of Electronics.
If you’ve got something you’d like to see disassembled (we will NOT be putting it back together!), bring it with you. If we don’t get to it during this class, we’ll save it for a future one. Also- We’re open to suggestions as to what you’d like to see taken apart during a future “Teardown Tuesday”.
About the Instructor:
Rick Curl has been working in electronic design for more than 50 years and holds seven U.S. patents. He is currently Chief Engineer at Hatchery Electronics. He works with both analog and digital designs, including embedded microcontroller projects. He has extensive experience with digital PBX systems and automated high voltage test equipment design (over a million volts!!). He enjoys working on unusual projects, such as the solar powered automatic henhouse door.
Rick has designed hundreds of circuit boards, both through-hole and surface mount. He is eager to share many tips and tricks with you!
We're looking forward to learning with you!!