Saturday, January 2, 2021

LinkedIn Learning Additive Manufacturing Series

 

A 3d printed 6-sided die shows the number "3". The die is shiny and red.

Check out our series from LinkedIn Learning, Additive Manufacturing: Tips, Tricks and Techniques.

Learn more about topics from consumer-level tips for your printer up through state-of-the art-tech, with frequent additions of new episodes!

https://www.linkedin.com/learning/additive-manufacturing-tips-tricks-and-techniques/

Classes for gifted kids at IEA Online!

 

3D printed castles on a print bedDeadline Jan 4! We're teaching gifted kids online again spring term (starts last week of January 2021) through
Institute for Educational Advancement.
Check out our courses, both offered Monday afternoons:
 
Medieval Battle Tech (ages 9-12) Students learn about 14th-century technology, politics and strategy. Then they design (using CAD and a 3D printer) historically-plausible secret weapons. We role-play relitigating the battle of Agincourt and others with the "secret weapons."
 
Hacker Geometry (ages 10-14) Hands on geometry with a bit of astrononomy and physics mixed in, and some 3D printing. 
 
For both courses, IEA will create prints if students don't have their own printer.

Friday, July 12, 2019

Fun video we did for Apress!


Here's a fun little video we did for Apress about our books for beginners. You can find all our books on Amazon here and at Apress.com.

Friday, May 31, 2019

Learn about 3D printing (and calculus) this summer!

Check out our various 3D printing classes and activities for adults this summer in our LinkedIn piece.

In a bit of a departure for us, we'll be teaching calculus based on our Hacker Calculus 3D prints at Institute for Educational Advancement in Pasadena in July. The course is intended for gifted students age 12-14. More info and sign up here.

Sunday, April 21, 2019

April/May exhibits and workshops!

We will be exhibiting and/or presenting at a variety of venues over the next few weeks. Hope to see some of you!

Saturday April 27 we will be letting people play with our 3D printed models at innovatED.LA, at the Wildwood School. Free but tickets needed

Sunday April 28  we will be exhibiting and speaking at We Make@UCLA

And finally, we will be in San Mateo May 17-19 doing a workshop on 3D printed math and science at Makerfaire Bay Area!

 
 

Sunday, October 7, 2018

Make Magazine and Hackaday Supercon

For those of you following our project to teach math and science with 3D printing, you'll be glad to know that we are doing a Hackaday Supercon presentation about our Hacker Calculus project.  We are scheduled as the first talk on Sunday morning, Nov. 4 (10 AM). Supercon tickets still available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hackaday-superconference-2018-tickets-47386813234

Also, we have a writeup about our math and science work in general in the new issue (Oct/Nov 2018) of Make magazine. Check it out!(Subscription required, or should be available on newstands soon if not already there.)

Friday, April 27, 2018

Learn about 3D Printing this summer!

Have you been thinking you really should learn about 3D printing this summer? We now have courses on two online platforms, so you'll have a lot of choices about how to learn from us.

We teach the following classes online, hosted by LERN Network (click one of the links below for more information and to register). These courses are four weeks long.
If you want to do a deep dive in some intermediate-level topics, we've authored the following courses for Lynda.com/LinkedIn Learning: Additive Manufacturing: Optimizing 3D Prints and Additive Manufacturing: Troubleshoot 3D Prints