Intro to 3D Printing Camp
This introduction to 3D printing camp is designed for lifelong learners, but specifically for those independent learners ages 10 and older. 3D printing is a magical way to bring out the art in science. This course is only the springboard to the adventures that await in the world of 3D printing. We will learn the basics of how to 3D print, touch on how 3D printing has impacted our world and then inspire participants to take their knowledge to the next level.
Instructor: Gail Bliss - Gail has a Master’s degree in Business Administration and has enjoyed teaching learners of all ages for over 40 years. Subjects taught include; 3d printing, art, Bible, cake decorating, entrepreneurship, laser printing, sewing and more. She enjoys seeing learners engage in discovery and taking that discovery to new heights in their own lives. She is a lifelong learner herself and strives to pass on the knowledge she has acquired to others. It is her desire that every child she encounters understands their worth and the power they have over their achievements.
Ages 10 - older - students must have the ability to work independently.
July 19 - 23
Monday - Friday 10 - 12 PM
Contact Number: 574-340-1025
Maximum number of Students - 8
Ages of Students - 10 and older - the ability to work on their own
- Day 1 - 3d Printing Basics
- Day 2 - Slicing for 3d Printing
- Day 3 - Intro to TinkerCad
- Day 4 - Design a Spinning Top part 1
- Day 5 - Design a Spinning Top part 2