Have something you want to clip on to your bike?
Want to play with 3D printing?
Bring a thing and your bike and work with us to design and 3D print something to clip it on.
Clip It On - are 4 fun mini workshops that Artefact Cafe will be running at Look Mum No Hands over 2 days during London Design Week. Uniting keen cyclists, self motivated design and making with desktop 3D printing technology. The workshop will focus on fabricating 3D printed parts that enable items such as lights, cameras, phones, tools and anything else to be mounted on to the frame of a bike. Surprise us with what you bring!
Each of the mini workshops will run over 3 hours, we will consult with participants to design & customise 3D parts and then fabricate onsite using 2 desktop printers. Some parts might not be printed during the workshop but we will aim to get them to participants either on the day or very soon after.
Participants must be over 18 to join in, sorry about that.... you could alway bring a parent with you!
We look forward to seeing you there!
We only have space for 4 participants for each workshop but if you don't get a space come down and have a coffee, check it out and have a chat.
Artefact Cafe is a research project by Brunel University & The University of Nottingham for Horizon Digital Economy Research.
Artefact Cafe investigates & imagines an open access space where people can go to design and make, fabricate on demand, print out 3D objects and develop new products. Utilising digital design and manufacturing tools non-professional designers and makers can go to produce objects tailored to their needs with a high degree of accuracy and finish.