Advanced 3-D Printing

unique 3D printed Rubix cube designed by a Maker Hub Club member

Spring 2021 Advanced 3D Printing Workshop Series

Requires prerequisite of Beginners 3D Printing Workshop Series or equivalent knowledge

FREE to register! Register by February 6th. 
Limited spots—first 20 students are guaranteed admission. 


Who: 6th - 9th grade students attending school in the U.S. are eligible!
When: 8 workshops total; once a week every Saturday 2-4 PM PST starting February 13th 
Where: Workshop series will be taught via Zoom.



 

Curriculum Overview:
02/13 - Week 1 - Introduction and Review
02/20 - Week 2 - Autodesk Fusion 360 Rundown 
02/27 - Week 3 - Using the Form Workspace 
03/06 - Week 4 - Surface Modeling in Fusion 360
03/13 - Week 5 - Rendering and Animating in Fusion 360
03/20 - Week 6 - How a printer works 
03/27 - Week 7 - Optimizing a model for 3D Printing
04/03 - Week 8 - Advanced Slicing Software 

 

Lead Instructor: Aadhav Prabu

Co-Instructors: Adrian Gore, Krishiv Haranath 

Would you like to support this workshop series? 

Our GoFundMe campaign :)
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Any questions? Contact 3dp.makerhubclub@gmail.com and we'll reach out to you right away!
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