Recognition on a National Level

We were honored with a chapter feature on the national ESW website last November. The post highlighted our work with the Rain Garden Project led by Geena Wann and Jason Salseg. Thank you ESW!!!

Click here to see the post and check out the national ESW site.

 

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Haunted HACK Night!

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Hosted by ESW  and local hackerspace/makerspace HICapacity.

Do you want to make your costume stand out this year?!

Ever wanted to learn to build your own apps?!

Want to meet professionals in the tech industry?!

Do you have an invention in mind?!

Join us for FREE beginner help with 3D printing, soldering, coding, and other electronic project advice! Come check out electronic projects that students and professionals in the community are working on!

Wednesday, Oct. 7th (3:30-6) in the KCC Stem Center.

Spread the word and pass this flyer here!

PROJECT: ESW Rain Barrel Diversion System phase I

Our second project is underway! We’re working on a rain barrel designed to divert water collected from the roof gutter system to a garden. The barrel will provide a year-long supply of water to the garden that otherwise would only experience a seasonal rainfall.

The Design:

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The Location: The `Iliahi building at Kapiolani Community College

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The Product:

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Breaking Ground:

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Mobile Solar Power Station Project!

Check out our first project that made the UH news! Full description: ESW Solar Cart

Community Sponsors:

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Humble Beginnings:

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The team: The Design Team for our Solar Cart knows how to rally at 4am. You couldn’t find a better group of engineering students! These guys killed it!!

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The Final Product! Presented on Earth Day on campus at Kapiolani Community College.

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Special mahalos to everyone that participated in building and presenting Thank you to the cart! Also our sponsors at Solar Cool Hawaii , Re-use Hawaii, Universal Manufacturers, and All-build Construction.