3D Printing Badge
September 21 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
If you can imagine a shape there is a good chance you can create it with the push of a button using 3D printing. Intricate patterns, useful gadgets, tools, jigs, and molds are all common in 3d printing but your imagination is really the biggest limit. Browse printables.com to get ideas prior to attending this certification course.
What you’ll learn:
Attendees will learn the basics about FDM printing, filaments, 3D models and everything else you need to start your first print. We will cover relevant terminology, how to load filament, how to “slice” models for printing, how to adjust and optimize settings in the slicing software, and other operational procedures for the 3D printers. If you would like to use your own computer loaded with PrusaSlicer, please bring that with you.
Students 16 years of age and up can be unaccompanied; ages 12-15 must have a guardian also enrolled in the class. Minors must have parental permission and signed waiver (ask us).
About the instructor:
Patrick is a woodworker, DIYer and all-around maker. He took up 3D printing after discovering that he could spontaneously create an object from nothing and have a finished product within a few hours. He has designed and sold many 3D printed products and lives by the mantra “why buy it if you can print it?” He likes to mix modern fabrication methods and materials with simple functional designs in his business Carbontree Custom.
One person is attending 3D Printing Badge