Intermediate 3D Printing: Engineering and Manufacturing

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A class focused on intermediate topics within the world of 3D printing.
Workshop Details
Class Name 3D Printing 201: Engineering and Manufacturing Instructor Jeff Benson
Class Level Intermediate Contact
Length 3 hours Class Size 4-6
Description Building on the concepts covered in Introduction to 3D design and printing, this class will focus on more advanced topics within the world of 3D printing, and is designed for individuals who want to print with greater complexity and quantity. Students will gain an understanding of how 3D printing can be utilized to not only solve complex problems, but also how it can be a useful tool in the modern world of manufacturing. The class will consist of both a lecture and a lab setting, and bringing a laptop is recommended, but not required. While the introductory class is not required, it is certainly recommended for a foundational understanding of 3D printing.
Required Knowledge Basic knowledge of 3D printing and it’s functions
Required Equipment None; laptop optional
Required Materials N/A
Can materials be purchased at class? N/A
Class Cost - Members $25 Class Cost - Public $30
May 27th, 2017 1:00 PM   through   4:00 PM
402 Fifth street
Lynchburg, VA 24504-2450
United States

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Phone: 4345151584
Public $ 30.00
Vector Space Members $ 25.00