This is a hands-on class in which students will design a small 3D model from start to finish using the open source software OpenSCAD and export it to Makerware for pre-print slicing.
OpenSCAD focuses on the CAD aspects of 3D modeling such as machine parts. This program operates like a 3D compiler that reads descriptive script files and renders the 3D model.
The free class, open to NIH and HHS staff, will be held on November 18, 1 – 2:30 p.m., in the NIH Library Training Room.
For more information about 3D printing at the NIH Library, visit http://nihlibrary.campusguides.com/3dprinting.
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