Intro to 3d Printing and Scanning for Artists
Intro to 3D Scanning and Printing for Artists
This is an introductory, yet in-depth workshop about the process of 3D Scanning and Printing. Participants will explore the limitations of the technology vs good use cases, use of laser/turntable scanning, outline of post-processing using nextengine software, and post-process a model into a watertight mesh. Using their own computers, students will be guided through fixing the example model in various ways using Netfabb Studio Basic and Meshmixer. Splitting parts and strategies for orienting to minimize the need for support material will also be explored.
Date: February 4, 2017
Location: InterAccess Studio (in the basement of 9 Ossington)
$100 (With Annual Studio/Workshop Pass)
Material Fee: None
What to bring: Your laptop with Cura installed. You can download it free here
About the Instructor:
Derek Quenneville is a 3D printing expert and digital fabrication artist in Toronto, Canada. He works at Objex Unlimited, and occasionally teaches at Toronto Public Library. On the side, Derek gives talks at various non-profits around the city - he has introduced and demoed 3D printing to literally thousands of people at local events since 2009. Derek is currently working on narrative game Real Army Simulator with Yifat Shaik, about her experiences with mandatory service in the Israeli army. Check out Derek's stuff here
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