The workshop will address questions such as, what is 3D printing, what you can do with it and how it works. As well as, who can use it, how much it costs and how to use the machine.
By Erica Aguinaga
The campus Learning Commons is endorsing its second 3D Printing Workshop 101 for students and faculty eager to attain the knowledge to utilize the new 3D Printer located in the NTCC Library.
The purpose of the workshop is to teach attendees the fundamentals of 3D printing and to help expand their creativity.
“What you can do with a 3D printer is only restricted by your imagination,” Ron Bowden, director of Library Services, said.
Students and faculty are invited to the workshop that will take place in the John Biggers room, located in the campus library, on Feb. 4, 2020 at 11:30 a.m.
Those participating in the meeting will be given permission to use the 3D Printer for school assignments, and other project ideas. The cost to use the printer will be 10 cents for every gram of the item being printed.