In March 64 Layer Geeks explored the many options for 3D scanning and got to see large format industrial prints. We kicked off with a high-level overview of what 3D printing is and how it's used. Next, people had a minute to shout out about their projects. Mortuary applications for 3D printing- unforgettable! Then, we took a look at updates in the industry and talked about how we, as a community, can work together. Next, Skylr of 3Digitize.us scanned a slice of pizza and showed us the many ways to do it. Next, Alex of ProtoPlant regaled us with stories of printing on industrial machines, showing us actual large-format prints as well as finely detailed chainmail.
In April, we'll take a look at how 3D printing is literally changing lives by giving people back the use of their limbs.
Agenda follows: 0600p : 3D printing for Beginners (optional for pros!)
0630p : Networking over light food/beverages
0730p : Intro
0740p : Community Time - 2 minutes to ask a question or show off your project
0750p : Ivan Owen - co-creator of the original 3D printed hand prosthetic and supporter of the e-NABLE project
0830p : More Networking! Note 1: If you'd like to bring a printer, please contact the group organizer, so we can set aside table space.
Note 2: If you have a project or business you'd like to talk about, please contact the group organizer by private message. We're looking for 15-20 minute presentations. Slides aren't necessary, but we have access to a projector and plenty of table space. Good examples would be demonstrations of a new technique/tool, an overview of a service you provide, a unique project you've modeled/printed, etc. If you know a great speaker, please refer them! Please share this with your network and bring your imagination and enthusiasm.
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