Makers who need unique parts for their projects can get them directly from a 3D printer, without the mess and inconvenience of a machine shop. Wrenches, appliquè iron holders, circuit enclosures, camera mounts, pen adapters and refilling stations, bottle holders, fender brackets, chain mail, hood props, knife handles…if you can imagine an object, you can now make one! Stop by to watch engineer Ed Nisely produce interesting parts on a 3D printer and get a feel for the future of personal making.
Poughkeepsie Day School845.462.7600Saturday, November 12, 10-4
Call for Makers!
Free Digital Copy!