Bummer! Sales have ended.
Unfortunately, tickets for this event are no longer on sale.
We have just opened up a few more seats for our awesome free class on "How to MakerBot" taught by MakerBot educator-guru Liz Arum at Tekserve starting this month. This class has been highly requested by the MakerBot community and we are thrilled to get a chance to offer this.
Attendees are required to RSVP and should bring a laptop and external 3-button mouse to the session on April 26th. Those who showed up to the first meeting (April 19th) had priority to sign up for the remaining two sessions: April 26th, and May 8th.
MakerBots are part of an evolving modern world of technology that allow people of all ages and skill levels to become producers, inventors and artists. This personal fabrication tool allows you to efficiently and inexpensively take your digital designs into the real world. Because you can hold the objects that you designed in your hand, you will be able to easily understand the strengths and limitations of your work. This process of physical feedback will allow you to incorporate the fixes right back into your design documents, letting you participate in an iterative engineering design process at an accelerated rate. This class will introduce you to 3D printing with the MakerBot Replicator. Create 3D computer models, prepare them for printing, print them out in plastic, and get an overview of the various free 3D modelling software tools that are available online.
No prior knowledge of 3D modeling, programming, or 3D printing is required. Use the class time to create, design, invent, and prototype. Then imagine what you would have done if you had a personal 3D printer at age 11.
Tekserve - Seminar Room
119 W 23rd Street
NY, NY 10011