About this Event
Resin printing has taken the consumer 3D printing world by storm. Faster and more detailed than traditional FDM printing, it's especially suited to miniatures for tabletop gaming, though there are plenty of other applications as well.
In this intro class you'll learn how resin printing differs from FDM printing and when to choose one over the other. You'll learn how to successfully print a pre-supported 3D model on the Elegoo Mars 2 printer, the resin printer we have at North End Makerspace. We will briefly cover creating supports for non-supported models as well.
After taking this class, members of NEM will be certified to our resin printer unsupervised.
How to find us: We are in the first floor of the apartment building. Enter the main door and proceed past the elevators. Take the first hallway to the right. Exterior doors lock at 8:30pm. If you are not a member with a door code, please plan to arrive before then. Parking is street parking and plentiful in the area.
North End Makers is a community that runs a makerspace in North Seattle. We are an all-volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit. Learn more on our website at https://www.northendmakers.org/
Proof of vaccination required. You may email this ahead of time to [email protected] Masks and social distancing enforced.
For your personal safety, please wear closed-toe shoes, tie long hair back, and avoid any dangling jewelry or baggy clothing.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
North End Makerspace, 12317 15th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, United States
USD 0.00 to USD 50.00