Maker nights: Computer aided design and 3D printing

Learn different skills and technologies with others.

Produced by the City of Sydney

Be a part of our maker nights: a regular meet-up series in the library. Over 3 sessions, upsize your skill set and learn cutting-edge technologies as you work with a group to design and 3D print a small object. See your customised zipper pull, keychain or mini succulent pot come to life, from concept to creation.

Master the basics of 3D design using free computer aided design (CAD) software and the fundamentals of preparing files for 3D printing. Then sit back and watch your design emerge on our 3D printer.

In this supportive space, you can learn at your own pace, investigate your interests and get confident using technology.

All equipment and materials are provided. You can also bring your laptop loaded with the TinkerCAD program so you can continue tinkering with your designs at home.

3D Printing Studios
The team at 3D Printing Studios turns ideas and designs into physical things in as little as a few hours. The Sydney studio is equipped with the latest 3D printers, scanners and software. The studio also runs introductory workshops in computer aided design and 3D scanning and printing. Studios are also found in Melbourne, Singapore and Malaysia.

This workshop is suitable for anyone over 16 years old and no prior experience is required. There’s a maximum of 12 people, so bookings are recommended. Participants need to book and attend all 3 sessions as new skills are taught each week.

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When

Fortnightly on Thursdays, 6pm to 7.30pm

Thursday 12 July to Thursday 9 August 2018

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