1800 - 2300 hours, every Wednesday at Noisebridge. Bring your laptop, your fabrication skills, and your dreams.
We can try slicing & spooling objects for replication using any 3D modelling software that outputs STL and a variety of command & control software that works on any platform. If you haven't printed before, come prepared to print some basic objects and 'get the hang of it' before going it alone with a printer
April 18th special event
Chris Olah from Hacklab Toronto will be speaking about 3D printing and making Lenses with printers
Chris Olah is a 3D printing enthusiast from Toronto, a member of hacklab.to and s/TRUG/Toronto RepRap User Group. Chris will talk a bit about 3D printing and types of printers in general, the software ecosystem around 3D printing, and his experience making lenses with printers and his project implicitCAD
This is a lecture within the weekly Replicator Wednesday session, if you want to spool up an object for replication, please arrive early at 6:00PM with a laptop and plan on learning with the ins and outs of the command and control software.