Emily Saito is currently a student at the University of Washington Tacoma studying computer engineering. She is a self-taught 2D designer, and has designed many custom projects for local businesses and events such as awards, signs, and prototypes for various inventions. Emily is also an instructor for the ShopBot CNC Router, 3D printers, Laser, and silhouette cutter as well as many of the softwares these machines use.
Elysa SaitoElysa Saito is currently a student at the University of Washington Tacoma majoring in Arts, Media, and Culture with a minor in Mathematics. She runs and organizes projects on the laser and 3D printers. Elysa is also an instructor for the 3D scanner, 3D printers, the laser (specializing in engraving), and many of the corresponding softwares.
Chris Leneweaver considers himself a hacker/maker. He has more than a year experience working with 3D printers and CAD programs. He has Texture and Artwork creation experience including a wide array of software experience from Adobe Photoshop to Gimp to Adobe Illustrator. Chris completed his Associate's degree in 3D design at Pierce College in 2014.
Don McLaneDon McClane is a Professor of Computer Science at University of Washington Tacoma. Don’s Modern Fabrication 279 TCES course, taught at the FabLab facility, is designed with the objective of teaching UW students the fundamentals of Vector and 3D design softwares, shop safety, and CNC fabrication. In addition to Don’s involvement with FabLab via teaching, he also volunteers at FabLab every Sunday afternoon, offering both his time and expertise to FabLab’s members.