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FAQ

Q: I’m a student or employee of FSU – Can I work on a personal project at FAR?

A: Please submit a proposal through the Project Proposal Submission page on our website.

Q: I’m a student or employee of FSU and I would like to use your machines for work on a departmental project. How do I get access?

A: Please submit a proposal through the Project Proposal Submission page on our website and include your departmental affiliation and details about the project needs. Please see the differences between Projects and Small Projects described.

Q: I’m an educator and I’d like to develop an interaction with FAR for one of my classes. How do I go about doing that?

A: You can request a class visit here.

Information we will need from you includes:

  • Your institution, position, and contact information
  • Course/class title and topics
  • Group size and approximate age range
  • Ideas / vision for the interaction

Q: Is funding available for my project?

A: At this time we require compensation from the maker for any tech assistance and/or machine time needed and the maker is responsible for purchasing his or her own materials. We may be able to work you to co-author a grant or develop a funding strategy to cover the cost of larger projects if needed. Please include a note in your proposal if you believe you will need assistance securing funding.

Q: How many people are normally in a Rhino workshop class? How long are the classes?

A: Our three day Rhino workshops are taught by two Rhino certified technicians and the class is up to eight people.  The classes are eight hours a day for three days.