3D printing is a great way to quickly and efficiently create geometrical or functional prototypes and can cost very little money to get started printing. Although the mechanics of 3D printers are limited in design, the ways in which printing results can fail or be optimized are almost infinite. This workshop will provide tips and guidlines for optimizing the mechanics, firmware and software for obtaining the perfect print.
Even if you don’t have a 3D printer, our 3D printing series can prepare you to use our printers we have made available for use as part of our rapid prototyping program.
Throughout the semester, independent projects can be built in the campus rapid prototyping lab with the use of large format 3D printers, soldering irons, lathes, milling machines, welders and much more.
For more information please visit www.saxeed.net/rapid-prototyping