Come to our workshop if:
You have great ideas but don’t know anything about how to fabricate them
You long to be a wizard possessing the magical ability to make objects appear out of thin air
Computers and futuristic technology are your bread and butter
- Required – Basic computer competency (how to use a computer, browse the internet)
- Recommended: If you are interested in designing your own models for printing, please consider taking our 3D modelling workshop! It is complementary to this course but not required.
Tools Used :
Ultimaker 2, Prusa i3, Cura
– Required: None
– Recommended: None
Just bring a keen spirit and a can do attitude and you’re ready to roll!
About the instructor :
Doug Chan, Director and Co-founder at Maker Cube
Doug is an accomplished engineer and serial entrepreneur, with an aptitude for technology and rapid prototyping. Previously working in several start-ups, he has experience in many fields of fabrication both traditional and modern. Using 3D printing for work and play, Doug has 4 years of experience working with 3D printers, and more than a decade of experience in 3D modelling and CAD. His favorite project was using 3D printing to create molds for casting silicone, polyurethane and resin sculptures.
What is the age limit for the class?
The minimum age for participants is 8 with a participating guardian or 16 otherwise.
Where can I park ?
Maker Cube’s parking lot has ample space available. Should the lot reach capacity, there is street parking along 206A St.
How do I cancel or reschedule a class?
Refunds or credit for future classes will only be provided if we are notified by email to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 24 hours in advance of the class. No refunds will be provided for late cancellation, but we do offer a 50% credit towards a future class.
Please arrive 10 minutes before class for sign-in and to ensure it starts on time, those arriving more than 5 minutes late will not be able to attend.
For questions ,or concerns contact email@example.com