3D Design And Printing Workshops For Teens

During Spring Break, March 29th – April 1st, Woody Poulard, founder of FabriMakr and teacher at FatCat FabLab, will be joining us to offer teenagers an introductory 3D printing and design workshop. Woody will teach teens the history of 3D printing, the process of taking a digital 3D model and printing it, and teach basic 3D modelling using OnShape, a web based 3D design software program. The sessions will be from 10:00 a.m-12:00 p.m. each morning during Spring Break for 4 days. Following this, the Library will print objects designed during the workshops and let teens know how to submit future 3D projects to be printed at the Library. Registration is required, you must be in Grades 7-12 to participate and you must be able to attend all 4 sessions. After registering you will receive information for joining the workshops on Zoom. Follow this link to register.

This event is supported by Con Edison.

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