If you have a device bring it along so Melissa can get you downloading some free entry level softwares.
As 3D printers become more sophisticated and affordable and a number of patents expire, their potential to assist in response to global development and humanitarian challenges increases dramatically. Already 3D printers have been used to print low-cost soft-tissue prosthetics and medical supplies and efforts are underway to make it possible to print solar panels, greenhouses, dental implants, and more.
– Inspiring case studies and history of the technology
– Applications and materials
– Commercial vs consumer technologies
– What trends that are driving this revolution
– What is CAD design
– Functions of a 3D printer
There will be 3D printers set up for you to see in action and an opportunity to discuss what you would like to make with a 3D printer and Melissa will give you feedback on the feasibility.
Melissa from Three Farm will be introducing us to the world of 3D printing.
Three Farm facilitates cultural engagement though the marriage of digital and tradition fabrication as a platform for teaching design.
Three Farm have recently launched their latest initiative called Makers Place.
This is a Not for Profit community workshop run by volunteers who activate the principles of the Makers Movement in Australia.
Makers Place provides access to a safe environment, skill and knowledge sharing and access to $22,000 worth of equipment. They are located at the Italian Forum Leichhardt.
For more information please visit.
Questions about the class? Please email email@example.com.
The featured image is borrowed and edited, with thanks, from 3 Farm.
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