Andrew Albosta

April 4, 2021

Two Nova Labs teams in the finals for NIST first responder challenge

By Fred Briggs, Tempus UAS, and Sam Winkelstein, Spydar Sensors, Inc. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) decided to tackle the needs of first […]
March 31, 2021
Two Serenity-themed embroidered patches

A maker’s embroidery journey

Editor's note: Scott Smith recently took the new multi-part CNC Machine Embroidery signoff class offered in our Crafter's Cove area. The class covers Hatch, a software […]
March 29, 2021
A custom cast die in blue resin.

Custom cast dice

Editors note: Steve Fritzinger is Nova Labs' composites area steward, and teaches a variety of classes including molding and casting (as part of the composites area), […]
March 14, 2021

March 2021 Newsletter

Editor's note - the newsletter (along with links to some recent articles, and a few bits of extra content) was sent to Nova Labs subscribers via […]
February 28, 2021
Braiding machine in action in animated GIF form

Made at Nova Labs – Filament Braider

Ed. note: Bo Wernick is a long-time Nova Labs member and runs his business, Theta Composites, from the Nova Labs Innovation Center. He has a degree […]
February 28, 2021
Schematic for a telescope tracking mount

German Equatorial star tracking mount

By Justace Clutter Like some of you, I came to Nova Labs to help realize a project that I have wanted to complete for some time. […]
February 2, 2021
A Nova Labs multi tool.

February 2021 – Board Updates

Editor's note - the newsletter (along with links to some recent articles, and a few bits of extra content) was mailed to Nova Labs subscribers via […]
January 26, 2021

A belated secret Santa gift for a Texans fan

Editor's note - Nova Labs member Scott Smith created this mixed-media gift as a secret Santa present. He was kind enough to share photos and some […]
January 22, 2021
Billy Ray on the flight line at a grass airstrip.

The George Washington University’s Design, Build, Fly Team at Nova Labs

Early in January, Nova Labs hosted The George Washington University’s Design, Build, Fly team for a RC model aircraft build. While GW’s shops have been closed, […]