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18. Invention, Intellectual Property and Business Models

- Develop a plan for dissemination of your final project.
- Prepare drafts of your summary slide (presentation.png, 1920x1080) and video clip (presentation.mp4, 1080p HTML5, < ~minute, < ~10 MB) and put them in your root directory.

Plan for dissemination

Since I obtained the scholarship for the Fab Academy 2021, I already had an idea in mind what my final project was going to be and also knew how I wanted it to be.

My key points for the final project are covered precisely by the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International Public License:

Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.

NonCommercial — You may not use the material for commercial purposes.

ShareAlike — If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you must distribute your contributions under the same license as the original.


This project is for every person in the FabLab community, but specially is aimed at the young people in order to awaken interest in digital fabrication.

Taking in count my perception of FabLabs and the FabAcademy, I preferred not to go for something advanced but for applying as much digital fabrication as possible to improve my skills and also inspire people and create interest in them on this topics. Recommendations for improvements are welcome. If it is replicated as is or even modified, the credits to the original author must be acknowledged. Any modified version of this must be distributed under the same license. It’s not intended to be a profitable project, only for learning purposes.

The development of this project has been possible thanks to the machinery, materials and time provided by FabLab Kamp-Lintfort, Green FabLab Kamp-Lintfort, my instructors (Ahmed B.Abdellatif, Daniele Ingrassia and Ferdinand Meier) and my own.


I made a draft for my final project poster and I’m satisfied with this structure.

Since I haven’t finished it I used a render image. I’ll take take the official photos once I have everything ready together.

Since it’s still not an official poster I haven’t added the logos.


I really liked how the poster looks like with a rendered image, I think about using one for the official poster as well, but of course with environment and higher quality.

For the official slice I will also add my name, contact


For this task I have, first, worked on the schedule of my video, inspired by the storyboard method.

Time (secs) Description Content
3 Introduction - Project’s name
- Author’s name
- FabLab Node
“FabAcademy 2021”
15-18 Project’s performance video [To be recorded]
1 Transition before fabrication process “Process…”
~10 Electronics design [Screenshots of KiCad Schematics and layout]
[Milling video]
[Picture or video of me soldering]
[Pictures of boards]
~5 3D design [Images of wheel design]
[Images of Frames design]
~6 Laser cutting [Time lapse / video of the laser cutter]
[Pictures of cut pieces]
[Pictures of assembly process]
~10 3D printing [3D printing time lapse]
[Pictures of 3D printed pieces]
[Pictures of assembly process]
~3 Pictures of integration [Pictures of system integration]
3 Acknowledgment and thanks Acknowledgment and thanks:
- FabLab Kamp Lintfort
- GreenFabLab Kamp Lintfort
- My instructors: [list of names]
2 Finish video showing the poster [Slide]

Draft video:

Some videos take longer than planned, but they will be cut we more videos and pictures are taken.

Last update: June 21, 2021