3D Printing opens up of great opportunities to create new things, repair and make on demand. This all starts with the ability to create a 3D Object to your specifications.
This month, we will get started with OpenSCAD. It’s a little more complicated than the CookieCaster from December’s workshop, but well worth learning.
OpenSCAD is software for creating solid 3D CAD objects, suitable for printing. You build objects using a scripting language, and transfer those objects to the 3D printer using Cura.
In this workshop, we’ll learn the basics and make some objects.
We will have a limited amount of printing available on Tuesday evening – but come back for one of Tech Liminal’s Monday Hack Nights, or print from the cloud, via Type A Machines or HoneyPoint 3D in Oakland..
This workshop is free to attend, though we encourage you to become a member of Make:SF. You’ll be helping us to bring more interesting workshops and kits in the following months.