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It's your turn! Learn to use our 3D printer - Part 2

It's your turn to learn how to use our 3D printer - part 2
Tuesday, July 15 7-9 p.m.  E.P. Foster Topping Room, Ventura

make! Media Night

  • Media Night
  • Tuesday March 11 at 7:30pm in the E.P. Foster Library Topping Room
  • Presented by Ventura County Library, CAPS TV, Ventura Area Makers/Builders/Hackers
 

Come tonight and learn about 3-D printing!

  • Open Tech Night at make!
  • 3D Printing, 3D Modeling, Microcontrollers and whatever you are working on.
  • Tonight, Tuesday March 4, 2014 at 8:00 pm in the E.P. Foster Library Topping Room
  • Presented by Ventura County Library, CAPS TV, Ventura Area Makers/Builders/Hackers

Make! a paracord survival bracelet!

 

Tuesday 2/18: starts at 7:30pm
Topping Room at E.P. Foster Library
 
Come to make! and learn how to create paracord survival bracelets, keychains and more!

Learn basic paracord tying techniques to create endless paracord survival accessories.
(Paracord will be provided.)

 

Rescheduled! Makers - 3D Printing at Foster Library


Rescheduled to TONIGHT!  3D Printing: Modeling Software Comparison

Come to the Topping Room at E.P. Foster Library on Tuesday, December 4 from 8 to 10pm to learn more about 3D Printing. This month, we'll be comparing modeling software.

Included:

  • A review of TinkerCad which we covered last month
  • A look at OpenSCAD and Blender to help you find the development program that fits your idea
  • Computers will be available to try out some of the software
  • Bring a thumbdrive in case you start something you want to take with you!

The presentation will take roughly 30-40 min. with the remaining time open for projects -- why not tell a friend and share this?

Tuesday, November 5th -- 3D Printing: Idea to Object


3D Printing: Idea to Object 

Tuesday, November 5 at 8pm
The Topping Room - E.P. Foster Library

Part of make! Tuesday Night Pop-Up Maker Space

A brief overview of 3D printing and then a closer look at what is required to take your idea and convert it into a real 3D object.  A look at different software available for all the steps involved.

  • Computers will be available to try out some of the software.
  • Bring a thumb drive in case you start something you want to take with you.
  • The presentation will take roughly 30-40 minutes with the remaining time open for projects!
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