Human Centered Design with 3D Printing

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Human Centered Design with 3D Printing

Extreme STEAM Saturday - Presented by the LTU Marburger STEM Center and LTU College of Engineering!

When and where

Date and time

Location

Marburger STEM Center - Taubman Complex (Building 8) 21000 West 10 Mile Road Southfield, MI 48075

Map and directions

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

Human Centered Design with 3D Printing

In this session, students will design and 3D print their own devices using assistive technology and human centered design to help people with everyday tasks. Students will be taught introductory 3D modelling skills, apply critical thinking to identify the 'need', collaborate on the design their devices, and then 3D print their own unique product!

Instructor: Heidi Morano, Director, Entrepreneurial Engineering Design Curriculum

About Extreme STEAM Saturdays:

Each carefully curated session provides participants with interactive experiences in the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art/Design, and Mathematics) fields.

  • Sessions are open to high school students of all ages.
  • Each session starts promptly at 10:00am and runs until approximately 12:30pm.
  • Lunch is provided - Please inform us of any participant dietary concerns as soon as possible.
  • Signs will help direct you to the correct location on and around campus.

Program Consent Form (Required):

Participants in all LTU events must complete the program consent form below. Participants under the age of 18 must have a signature of a parent/guardian.

Program Consent Form

Important Ticket Information:

During the checkout process, the Contact Information section at the top is for the ticket purchaser only.

Please use the actual participant's name where it states "Ticket 1 · ESS Participant Ticket" so the ticket shows the correct attendee.

Campus Map and Parking:

Please use Parking Lot E for drop-off and pick-up since it is the closest to the program location. The STEM Center is located in the Taubman Complex (Building 8 on the map below).

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