Warning: 3D printers are not toys. Students must be capable of following staff safety instructions at all times.
Level 1, 247 Rowe St, Eastwood (Enter via Hillview Lane) Monday 27 June - Thursday 30 June 2022, Time 1pm - 3pm 4 days (Topic 1) or Monday 4 July- Thursday 7 July2022, Time1pm - 3pm 4 days (Topic 2) or Monday 11 July- Thursday 14 July2022, Time 1pm - 3pm 4 days (Topic 3)
For children 8+ years old, this course gives kids an introduction to Scratch while also making objects with 3D printing.
Each week has a new topic!
Scratch With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community.
Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.
3D Printing Using 3D printers is not like using a normal printer! There are many factors including 3D printer maintenance, temperature, control and safety that goes into making a successful 3D printed object.
This course involves usage of machine and cleaning tools that require the utmost care and cooperation from students.
Benefits of the course include:
Learning about 3D printing hardware and technology
Understanding 3D printer techniques and technical terms.
Learning how to safely operate and maintain a 3D printer.
Students may take successful (and unsuccessful!) 3D printed objects home.