In this course, you will learn about the basics of how to use 3D CAD software. You will design your own 3D model designed to solve real world problems, through the prepared guided tutorials. You will then be able to 3D print your own design on Matamoe Hub’s Prusa FDM 3D printer whilst in the process learning how 3D printers work, and what 3D printers are capable of producing.
Our approach is to take inspiration from innovative practices in industry and use them to inspire a new generation of developers. Students will be introduced to a range of challenges including design assistive technology, reusable packaging prototypes, hands free anti-virus solutions and more.
No experience/beginners through to experienced designers are welcome.
Wednesday 7th February – Wednesday 10th April (10 weeks)
3:30pm – 5:00pm
Venue: Matamoe Hub, Scots College
Ages: Year 4 – Year 9
Requirements: A laptop that can connect to Wi-fi. (Matamoe Hub does have the facility to provide a device upon request and prior arrangement for use in class)
Tutors: Locky, Victoria