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Introduction Course to 3D Printing and Design for Kids

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Event description

Is it Magic? No, it's 3D printing, but it's close enough. This course will teach young minds how to bring the creations of their imagination into life, and help to open up new pathways into CAD and STEM. 

This workshop will run on Wednesday the 6th July from 9AM to 4PM (7 hours in total). This is a beginner course, and an introduction to CAD design and 3D printing, where we will work on the basic skills needed to model dice and gift boxes. After learning the basic skills, we will work to create a rubber-band powered car. This is a beginner workshop, and no prior experience is needed to attend. Recommended ages for this workshop are grades 5 to 9. 

Fusion 360 must be installed prior to the workshop. Please use the link below to assist with installation, and follow the website prompts to get free personal usage. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at 

Fusion Download Link:

What to bring: 

  • BYO Laptop with Fusion 360 Installed
  • Computer mouse (recommended)
  • Lunch/snack and water bottle

NOTE: If a BYO laptop is unattainable, please contact us to organise another solution. 


COVID-19: Due to restrictions from Covid-19, we will be taking measure to ensure that all surfaces and objects are sanitised prior to the workshop. Hand sanitiser will also be available for use during the workshop. 

MEDIA RELEASE: We will be taking photographs and video clips of the activities during the workshop/s to share on social media for both promotional and informational purposes. Your attendee may appear in these photographs or video clips. Unless explicitly notified beforehand, your attendee's participation in the workshop confers consent to us being able to publish that media via social and other channels.

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