3D Printing on the Replicator 2, March
Sunday, March 16, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
Nashua, United States
This class be a opertunity to experience 3D additive printing first hand. The Replicator 2 will be used to print PLA plastic. Materials, and tools will be provided (already included in ticket) in a open structured learning plan. Due to a limited number of workstations for designing, and one printing machine the class will be limited to 5 people max
You don't have to know CAD... you can just find something fun on www.thingiverse.com
you would learn how to:
Process the CAM job for Replicator 2 output
load filement, operate the Replicator 2, trim, edge finish pieces.
How 3D objects can be used for making metal, plastic, and glass parts though lost PLA casting.
Project ideas will be provided. Most projects and ideas welcome.
Come and check out the workspace on open house nights thrusdays after 6pm.
* "Membership" of Makeit Labs leads to discounts http://www.makeitlabs.com/about/join
Special project material needs should be communicated at least a week before the workshop.
About the instructor: Paul Hardin has been working with glass, recycled glass and LED lighting effects with a concentration on fusing and casting large flat works. His day job is as a electronics engineer with background in hardware and firmware design. http://www.makeitlabs.com/about/meet-the-board
When & Where
MakeIt Labs: DreamIt. LearnIt. MakeIt.
We are an Open-Access Workshop (a.k.a hackerspace) in Nashua, NH. We're a collection of Engineers, Makers, Hackers, Inventors and Tinkerers who just love building cool things. http://makeitlabs.com/