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1 - 100 Guest(s)
Learn the fundamentals of 3D design, and print a design that you create! In this class, we will discuss applications of 3D printing in many industries, and learn the basics of 3D design. Using free, browser-based software, you will create a unique design and leave with a 3D printed model of it! This class is intended for people aged 15 and older.
We have limited space in our classes. If you are unable to make it to a class you have booked, please call for a refund or to reschedule at least 48 hours before your class. If you cancel with less than 48 hours notice, we are unable to provide you a refund or class credit.
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Edgewater Workbench creates community around creativity and collaboration.
Ally Brisbin is a community activist and small business advocate who has lived in Edgewater since moving to Chicago in 2008. Ally started and co-owned Kitchen Sink, a specialty coffee and sandwich shop in Edgewater, for four years. During her time as a business owner, she was accepted to and graduated from the competitive Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program
Stuart Marsh is an artist and craftsperson. He grew up in a family of artists, spending much of his youth learning trades skills, including painting, carpentry, metalwork, and glassblowing. More recently, Stuart has delved into 3D printing. He has been a guest speaker in classes on the subject of design for 3D printing and its application to film at Columbia College and DePaul University. Stuart's plans for a community 3D print center won ABSOLUT vodka's "Transform Today" challenge, and Edgewater Workbench received funding from ABSOLUT for 3D printers, as well as business consultation from Wired Magazine and Makerbot Industries.