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3D Printing Workshop with Me3D {Wollongong}

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP Let's get kids excited about 3D Printing! Now Open: AFTERNOON WORKSHOP 12:30-3:30pm  A fun, half-day interactive 3D Printing Workshop where you and your child discover an exciting future technology together.  Working as a team, you and your child will discover the endless...
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Let's get kids excited about 3D Printing!

Now Open: AFTERNOON WORKSHOP 12:30-3:30pm 

A fun, half-day interactive 3D Printing Workshop where you and your child discover an exciting future technology together. 

Working as a team, you and your child will discover the endless possibilities of 3D Printing through fun and interactive modern technology techniques, led by the friendly team of leading education experts from Me3D (me3d.com.au).

We start the day by learning about 3D Printing - what the technology is, how it's evolving, the incredible applications it has and how it is solving real-world problems.

Then we get on the tools and start using some basic design programs and methods to develop your very own unique object, which you get to print out and  take home to show family and friends.

The content and exercises will be adapted to suit the user.

*As places are strictly limited, so we urge you to make your booking soon so you don't miss out on this unique educational and fun experience!*

ATTENTION Teachers: Completing the Introduction to 3D printing course will contribute 2 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 2.6.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

 

NSW Education Standards Authority _ Accredited Professional development for Teachers

WATCH A VIDEO OF HOW ME3D PRINTING WORKS WITH SCHOOLS:

About 3D Printing

There's little doubt that 3D Printing is already changing the world in ways that the average person may not have even noticed. Let's walk through a quick introduction to what 3D Printing ('Additive Manufacturing' is the fancy term) actually is, the most common technology used (FDM), what the benefits are to the world and what kind of things you can create with it.

So what is 3D Printing?

3D Printing is the process of continually adding layers of material with a computer controlled device to create a three-dimensional object. It's more broadly known as 'additive manufacturing' because you add material to make a part, rather than cut it away from a piece of stock.

3D Printers have been around since the late 70s and have mostly been used for rapid prototyping.

Modern printers are becoming more versatile though, producing finished products, prostheses, biomaterials - even jet engines and rockets.

The impact and applications of 3D Printing are rapidly growing as more people are exposed to the technology.

 

  • Date: 10 July 2018
  • Age of kids: 6-16 years 
  • Location: Wollongong Innovation Campus iAccelerate Building
    • Building 239, Squires Way, North Wollongong, NSW, 2500
  • Book your half-day workshop for:
    • 9am -12:00pm (FULLY BOOKED)
    • 12:30pm- 3:30pm
  • Max. participants 15 adults + children
  • Min. Participants 5 adults + children
  • Please bring your on laptop
  • No food provided however Piccolo Cafe is on site, with a great range of choices. Or BYO Lunch/Snacks with fridges, water and eating areas available
  • Teachers are welcome to bring up to 2 children if they wish
  • Teachers must provide a valid work email to receive the special discount
  • Parents to accompany younger children
  • Contact us here if you need older children to attend without an adult

ATTENTION Teachers: Completing the Introduction to 3D printing course will contribute 2 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 2.6.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

NSW Education Standards Authority _ Accredited Professional development for Teachers

 

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Let's get kids excited about 3D Printing!

Now Open: AFTERNOON WORKSHOP 12:30-3:30pm 

A fun, half-day interactive 3D Printing Workshop where you and your child discover an exciting future technology together. 

Working as a team, you and your child will discover the endless possibilities of 3D Printing through fun and interactive modern technology techniques, led by the friendly team of leading education experts from Me3D (me3d.com.au).

We start the day by learning about 3D Printing - what the technology is, how it's evolving, the incredible applications it has and how it is solving real-world problems.

Then we get on the tools and start using some basic design programs and methods to develop your very own unique object, which you get to print out and  take home to show family and friends.

The content and exercises will be adapted to suit the user.

*As places are strictly limited, so we urge you to make your booking soon so you don't miss out on this unique educational and fun experience!*

ATTENTION Teachers: Completing the Introduction to 3D printing course will contribute 2 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 2.6.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

 

NSW Education Standards Authority _ Accredited Professional development for Teachers

WATCH A VIDEO OF HOW ME3D PRINTING WORKS WITH SCHOOLS:

About 3D Printing

There's little doubt that 3D Printing is already changing the world in ways that the average person may not have even noticed. Let's walk through a quick introduction to what 3D Printing ('Additive Manufacturing' is the fancy term) actually is, the most common technology used (FDM), what the benefits are to the world and what kind of things you can create with it.

So what is 3D Printing?

3D Printing is the process of continually adding layers of material with a computer controlled device to create a three-dimensional object. It's more broadly known as 'additive manufacturing' because you add material to make a part, rather than cut it away from a piece of stock.

3D Printers have been around since the late 70s and have mostly been used for rapid prototyping.

Modern printers are becoming more versatile though, producing finished products, prostheses, biomaterials - even jet engines and rockets.

The impact and applications of 3D Printing are rapidly growing as more people are exposed to the technology.

 

  • Date: 10 July 2018
  • Age of kids: 6-16 years 
  • Location: Wollongong Innovation Campus iAccelerate Building
    • Building 239, Squires Way, North Wollongong, NSW, 2500
  • Book your half-day workshop for:
    • 9am -12:00pm (FULLY BOOKED)
    • 12:30pm- 3:30pm
  • Max. participants 15 adults + children
  • Min. Participants 5 adults + children
  • Please bring your on laptop
  • No food provided however Piccolo Cafe is on site, with a great range of choices. Or BYO Lunch/Snacks with fridges, water and eating areas available
  • Teachers are welcome to bring up to 2 children if they wish
  • Teachers must provide a valid work email to receive the special discount
  • Parents to accompany younger children
  • Contact us here if you need older children to attend without an adult

ATTENTION Teachers: Completing the Introduction to 3D printing course will contribute 2 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 2.6.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

NSW Education Standards Authority _ Accredited Professional development for Teachers

 

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