Getting Started with 3D Printing (PL2121)

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Join DATTA Vic and Bruce Jackson from 3D Printing Systems as he discusses how to get the most out of your UP / Tiertime 3D Printer for your classroom. Bruce started in 3D Printing 10 years ago and has been helping educators get on board with 3D printing in Australia and New Zealand.

The webinar will include the following:

  • General Maintenance
  • What technologies are available and the pro’s and cons of different technologies.
  • Suitable Free 3D modeling software options.
  • Project ideas for design technology and other curriculum areas.
  • Introduction to the range of free 3D printing curriculum resources, projects, and ideas available.
  • 3D printing knowledge and skills progression.
  • Classroom management of 3D printing

Workshop Details:

When:  

4pm - 5pm

Wednesday 2nd June

Where:

Delivered via Webex - Link provided on booking

Presenter:

Bruce Jackson

Cost:

Members: $25

Non-members: $45

Students/CRT: $15


DATTA Vic Cancellations & Refunds

DATTA Vic will refund the full fee less an administration cost if you cancel 4 or more working days before a workshop, seminar or conference, and 50% if you cancel 1-3 days before the event. 


Thanks to The Department of Education & Training for their support for DATTA Vic through the Strategic Partnership Programs Fund.


Disclaimer: This presentation involves practising teachers discussing their own approaches, who have shared in good faith and for general information only. It does not necessarily reflect the views of DATTA Vic, nor do DATTA Vic endorse the accuracy or suitability of the information for any particular purpose. Note that this material has not been verified by VCAA. Responsibility in response to the material must be accepted by users. For VCE, teachers must refer to the mandatory documents in relation to the VCE Product Design and Technology/Systems Engineering study designs from VCAA, which are available online and updated every year. For safety information, teachers must consult the relevant OHS Hazard Management section of the department's website.