Learning 3D Printing in a Fun and Exciting Way!

When
Weekly on Wednesdays from Thu, Nov 25 to Thu, Feb 10, '22
Thu (12/2) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (12/9) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (12/16) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (12/23) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (12/30) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (11/25) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (12/2) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (12/9) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (12/16) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (12/23) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (12/30) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (1/6/22) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (1/13/22) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (1/20/22) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (1/27/22) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (2/3/22) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
Thu (2/10/22) 6–7pm PST (60 min)
In business since January, '14
408-505-5499
Where
Online
Ages
8–18 yrs old
Attendance
Optional: adults can stay or take a breather
Price
$250
About

3D Printing or additive manufacturing is the construction of a three-dimensional object from a CAD model or a digital 3D model. 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is the construction of a three-dimensional object from a CAD model or a digital 3D model. Join us for an enriching fun learning session to understand the basics of 3D printing.

In this 12-weeks online course, the students will learn 3D modeling and printing, converting images to 3D models, and critical basic concepts. The course will uncover the core processes behind 3D printing and reveal one of the most powerful capabilities of the 3D printing revolution-that it's accessible to anyone.

WEEKLY BREAKDOWN
Weeks 1 to 2: Part 1 - Intro to 3D Modeling and 3D Printing
Weeks 3 to 4: Part 2 - Digitizing your Design
Weeks 5 to 6: Part 3 - Preparing and Exporting a 3D Model
Week 7 to 8: Part 4 - Design Tips
Week 9 to 10: Part 5 -Designing your 3D Model
Week 11 to 12: Part 6 - Uploading Your Design, get ready to print.

Note :
You do NOT require a 3D printer to enroll in this course. We teach simulation of 3D objects and we can get it printed and ship it to you if you are interested. We have an option for a wide range of ages to join the course as we would like to give an opportunity for every student who did not have a chance to learn to code. With that said, we go by skill, age when we bring in students into groups. We group them according to their skill level to make sure they progress well in the camp. We try to maintain 1:6 teacher to student ratio.

Duration: 12 weeks
Ages: 8 and above
Length of class: 60 minutes

Tags
programing and academy
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