Tool Training: 3D Printers and  Workflow

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Tool Training: 3D Printers and Workflow

We will learn the entire 3D workflow from model to finished print

By Technocopia

When and where

Date and time

Starts on Wednesday, July 28, 2021 · 7pm EDT


Technocopia 44 Portland Street Worcester, MA 01608

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About this event

This class will cover how to take a 3d model of your own design or downloaded from the internet and make a physical part from it. We will take a model and learn to use slicing software to create a printer ready file. We will then run the file on the printer to produce the part. Each step in the process will be shown and any special considerations of particular parts will be discussed. This class is intended for those with little to no experience in 3d printing.

Additional Information

  • Please visit for more information about getting to and parking around Technocopia.
  • If you would like to take this class but are not available at the listed times, this class may also be scheduled separately by contacting the instructor at
  • Successful completion of this course will result in certification of Technocopia members to free use of the tools directly covered in the course. Non-members who complete this course will be eligible to participate in future project-based classes which require these tools.

About This Instructor

Joe Bieniecki is a retired logistics and warehousing operations manager. Joe has been an active member of Technocopia since 2017. His family operated an industrial metal finishing company for over 60 years and Joe has continued to use the tools of that trade in his personal hobbies for over 30 years.

About the organizer

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Technocopia is a non-profit makerspace located in Worcester, Massachusetts. Our 11,000 sq. ft. facility offers common work space, rental bays, and a variety of tools for artisans to create and work with. We also host training classes and workshops which make use of our shared work areas including: a complete wood shop, metal shop, 3d printer station, electronics bay, glass flameworking shop, classroom, design studio, and our CNC mill and laser cutter shop! Every Thursday night we are open to the public for our Open Hacks and Crafts event.

$37.50 – $75