Spacelab 3D Printing Camp (June 27-July 1)
Experience STEM by building a 3D printer!
3D printing and digital fabrication are at the forefront of many evolving and emerging industries from high-tech to manufacturing. Students in this course will learn the introductory concepts and skills needed to succeed for their future.
Where’s the course located?
Spacelab Non-Profit Makerspace @ Lockport City Hall
Who can take this course?
Open to all high school-aged students (13-19).
What will participants learn?
Participants build, customize, and learn to maintain their own 3D printer which they will take home after the camp. Participants will also become proficient in the use of 3D modeling software.
Who’s teaching the course?
The course is taught and administered by trained maker-members of Spacelab, a makerspace with over a decade’s history in the south suburbs. Our members are trained educators, academics, and technical professionals from the community.
Register by May 15 for these exclusive offerings
|Reduced Membership||Parents of participants receive a two months reduced membership to Spacelab (available upon request)|
|Booth Space||Free booth space to show off your work at our next Maker Fest, scheduled for July 16th in Lockport|
|Workshops||Two free workshops covering any topic (digital fabrication, IOT, crafting, and more) at Spacelab|
|Hack Night||Access to our members-only hack nights, scheduled every other Thursday night from registration until the end of July|