3D printing has been hailed as the next industrial revolution, able to create any object a user desires. In this session, Matt Stultz, Make Magazine’s digital fabrication editor and founder of HackPittsburgh and Ocean State Maker Mill, guides you through some of the technologies involved in 3D printing and helps separate the fact from fiction. He will address computer aided design (CAD), 3D scanning, types of 3D printers, machine control software, 3D printing materials, and some of the communities that are developing around 3D printing. The goal of this session is to help you determine what 3D printing technology will help you with your end goal and give you a firm enough base to move towards getting started with your own creations. This session is part 1 of a two-part series on 3D printing for woodworking businesses.
Price by June 30: $55
Price after June 30: $75