Officers

Eloise Perrochet

Eloise Perrochet

President

Eloise is a junior at UW majoring in electrical engineering. Her first experience with 3D printing was through Robotics club in high-school where the team built a 3D printer and used it to print robot parts. Here at UW, Eloise got back into 3D printing by joining WOOF her first quarter of sophomore year. Since then, she has helped build the club’s large format 3D printer, “Big Blue,” was a member of a team which 3D printed a meter-long canoe, and has been involved with 3D printing dinosaur bones for the Burke Museum. She also is working in the mechanical engineering’s Solheim lab as a printer tech and research assistant. As president, her focus this year will be to give members hands-on exposure to real-world engineering and paths to a future careers through 3D printing. Eloise is excited to be returning to WOOF to share her knowledge with others and continue to learn more about this incredible technology.

Chloe Choe

Chloe Choe

Director of Operations

Hi! My name is Chloe and I am currently pursuing a dual degree in Materials Science & Engineering and Biochemistry. I worked with a 3D printer using PLA in one of my MSE labs and thought it was awesome so looked for a way to get more involved with WOOF! In my spare time, I love to go hiking, pole dancing (it's cooler than you think!), and trying new things. I'm an adventurer, come join me! :)

Ashley Pigott

Ashley Pigott

Treasurer

Ashley is a junior in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. She first became interested in engineering through her high school’s FIRST Robotics team, and particularly loves drafting and fabrication. She joined WOOF3D near the end of her freshman year, and became much more involved with the club in the winter of her sophomore year when she joined a class that worked with the club. This class is currently working on scanning and printing mammoth bones for the Burke Museum. She loves swing dancing, succulents, and Solidworks, and is looking forward to helping many more people get excited about 3D printing this year.

Casi Goodman

Casi Goodman

Project Manager

Casi is a junior in the mechanical engineering department. She became involved in Woof when printing mammoth bones for the Burke museum. She is now a 3D printer technician and research assistant in the chemistry department's Nelson lab. Casi is passionate about cross disciplinary engineering and wants to bring together diverse perspectives to test the bounds of 3D printing.

Jessy Ha

Jessy Ha

Advertisement Chair

Jessy Ha is an undergraduate in the Mechanical Engineering department. Her interest in ME was solidified after learning about CAD software her first year at the UW. Looking for the opportunity to practice more 3D modeling, she discovered the WOOF3D club. It took some time for her to realize she could join with only knowledge of 3D printing technology gained from an introductory class. With the abundance of resources and hands-on practice the club provides, she knew this would be a great environment to grow her passion for engineering design amongst others with the same enthusiasm for developing 3D modeling skills. Utilizing the experience in advertising she has garnered from being a Resident Education Programmer, she is eager to reach out to students and community members the unique educational and interpersonal experience one can gain from joining the club.

Evelyn Zhang

Evelyn Zhang

Webmaster

Evelyn is a senior studying Electrical Engineering and Applied Math. She is interested in programming and circuits so Electrical Engineering seemed like a perfect choice. She is very new to the club and does not know much about 3D printing yet but she is very excited to learn more about it. Together with Cody, they maintain the WOOF 3D website. She is looking forward to gain more experience with 3D Printing and to make more friends in the club this year.

Cody Ryu

Cody Ryu

Webmaster

Cody Ryu is an undergraduate senior in the UW Mechanical Engineering department. After a childhood filled with Lego, tinkering, and doodles of machines, mechanical engineering felt like a good fit. He learned about the WOOF3D club at an informational session, which led to him working on their Big Blue printer over two quarters. Having gained great experiences in those two short quarters, Cody decided to join as a club officer to spread all that WOOF3D has to offer.