3 D Scanning/Modelling/Printing Workshop (Series)

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InterAccess says
Tuesday October 20 & 27, 7-10pm

In this workshop series, participants will follow the workflow of 3D scanning an object, manipulating the model, exporting the files and printing the object on a 3D printer. Participants will work with the NextEngine 3D scanner and Ultimaker 2 printers. What would Warhol make?

What, if any, prerequisite knowledge should students have?
Experience in any 3D modeling software is beneficial. Experience using Rhino is an asset.

Can you link to an example of a project that uses the tool we’re learning about?
http://www.instructables.com/id/Making-a-3D-print-of-a-real-object-using-123D-Catc/

At the end of the workshop or series, what should a student expect to have made, or be able to make?
The student will have learned how to use the NextEngine 3-D scanner and its software, export scanned models to a file that can be edit, edit a mesh, how to turn that mesh into a useable file for 3-d printing.

What materials/equipment should students bring?
A laptop with Rhino installed. Note that the trial version of Rhino is only good for 30 days. Do not install it until just before the workshop.

About the Instructor:
Dante Nocera enjoys many facets of design, and takes knowledge from many different areas to then apply to the 3-D world. Dante is the 3D Studio Technician at InterAccess, and is an all-round swell guy.

Registration Fee: $90 (Members); $120 (Non-Members)

Register at: http://interaccess.org/workshop/2015/aug/3d-scanningmodellingprinting-series

Materials Fee: None
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By: InterAccess