3D machine REDLearn the basics of 3D printing! Walnut Creek Library is offering free classes for adults and teens (ages 14 and up). You will learn how 3D printers work, different applications for 3D printing and how to design your own project.  Attendees will have one week after the class to finish and submit their design for printing on Library 3D printers. Participants must be comfortable using computers and will be required to create a free Tinkercad account prior to course. Tinkercad is a simple, online 3D modeling tool. Visit www.tinkercad.com to get started.

Registration is required to attend a class. Participants may sign up for only one introduction class.

 

Introduction to 3D Printing for Business Owners  Tues., Dec. 12 @ Walnut Creek Library – Learn the basics of 3D printing especially geared towards seniors. Facilitators from HoneyPoint3D will lead this workshop where you will learn about different ways people have been using 3D printers, how they actually work, and how to design your own project. Attendees will have one week after the class to finish and submit their original design for printing on Library 3D printers. REGISTER>

 

See 3D printers in action!

A huge thanks to the Dean & Margaret Lesher Foundation for their generous grant in funding the 3D printers and MakerSpace.

View our  > 3D Printer Resource List , >Frequently Asked Questions fact sheet, and the >User Policies to learn more about how you can get started using the Walnut Creek Library’s new 3D Printers.

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