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Professional Hands-On Development for Educators

Registration Closed, Classes FULL!

Courses: 3D Printing 101 and 201

Join us for one, or both!

Welcome to 3D Printing 101!

July 16, 2019 – Registration Closed, Classes FULL!

Taught by:  TEC Staff/Technicians

Location: TEC, Inc. Headquarters in Concord, NH

Cost: $99

Time: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm – Lunch Included!

Limited seats available!

► Course Description

Have you ever wondered about 3D printing? Do you know what “slicing software” is, or what to use supports for? If you are interested in learning more about 3D printing or thinking about getting a desktop 3D printer for your school, library or business, this course is for you! Join us for an introduction to 3D printing, an overview of software used for 3D printing, and a hands-on look of how 3D printers actually “work.” Troubleshooting (and preventing!) some common issues will also be discussed.  After you take this course, you should have a basic knowledge of 3D printing hardware, materials and software. We will be working with several 3D printer brands and models; the course material covered applies to most popular 3D printer brands.  Each attendee will 3D print and take home a part!

Prerequisite: Be ready to learn!

Earn:
• PDU Certificate for 8 hours
• This course may be combined with 3D Printing 201 to be eligible for one graduate credit.

3D Printing 201: “Anatomy and Physiology”

July 17, 2019 – Registration Closed, Classes FULL!

Taught by:  TEC Staff/Technicians

Location: TEC, Inc. Headquarters in Concord, NH

Cost: $99

Time: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm – Lunch Included!

Limited seats available!

► Course Description

From exporting and importing STLs, to slicing software and material, there are many factors to consider when 3D printing, and you need to think of them all for successful prints! If you have had some 3D printing exposure and are ready to expand your comfort zone, this course is for you! Join us to learn current industrial trends for designing a part for 3D printing, the powerful tools found in slicing software from pre-set material profiles to in-depth printer settings, what materials you should use for what and why, how certain 3D printer features affect usability and printability, plus extra “tid-bits” to help you make successful 3D prints! Troubleshooting some common issues will also be discussed.  We will be working with several 3D printer brands and models; the course material covered applies to most popular 3D printer brands.  Each attendee will 3D print and take home a part(s)!

Prerequisite: 3D Printing 101 or some 3D printing knowledge/experience.

Earn:
• PDU Certificate for 8 hours
• This course may be combined with 3D Printing 101 to be eligible for one graduate credit.