Event Details

This class provides a basic introduction to the tools and equipment available in the lab. Students will learn how to safely set up a prototype and test environment as well as the expectations for cleaning up when leaving the lab. Students will learn what electronics parts are available for use and where to find them. We will cover resources for getting help. Generator's Electronics Lab has parts and equipment for breadboard prototyping, circuit design and debugging, equipment repair, and experimentation with common consumer and industrial maker materials.

REMINDER: Bring a mechanism to record notes. Safety glasses are required for soldering. If you wear glasses or have prescription safety glasses, bring them. Please email education@generatorvt.com in advance with any medical accommodations that may be required.



  • Tommy Waters

    Tommy Waters

    Tommy is a life tourist, constantly exploring new ways of creating and interacting with the world. Professionally he is a software and electronics engineer, but has a variety of interests ranging from drawing and woodworking to fiber crafts and origami. Tommy’s curiosity takes him in many different directions and Generator has enabled this passion by giving him access to a wide array of tools allowing him to constantly be pushing his skills. When not in Generator, you may find him rock climbing in the area or rollerblading down by the waterfront.

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Electronics Training
Standard Price $99
Electronics Training (Member Only)
Member Price $89.10


40 Sears Ln

Sears Lane 40
Burlington, Vermont

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