Wednesday, October 11, 2017 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
We are all unique. Therefore, our medical needs are all unique. The emergence of 3D printing technology has revolutionized the field of assistive technology, inspiring innovative solutions to the everyday challenges of people with disabilities. In this hands-on workshop, students will explore the many ways 3D printing is changing and improving the lives of those with physical limitations and will inspire new approaches to developing assistive objects. Complete with an introduction to 3D printing and modeling, this workshop will challenge students to utilize critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration to design and print an object that could improve someone’s life.
No prior 3D printing experience necessary
Ages 15 and up*
Space is limited. Advanced Registration is required.
*Minors (under age 18) must either be accompanied by an adult (with a paid ticket), or guardian must sign and submit a Workshop Consent Form. Completed forms may be emailed to email@example.com, or sent with child on the day of the workshop.
$20 for Franklin Institute Members
$35 for non-members