Events and Press

Our Meetups

Joan and Rich in Balboa Park
Join us to talk about 3D printing at our monthly meetup in Pasadena.We organize Pasadena 3D Printing and 3D Printing LA meetups, and mirror the same events on both sites.

For now our meetups are virtual. Check upcoming events at
We also are the co-organizers of the Remote Robotics Coaches and Mentors Meetup, periodic Zoom discussions among educators to figure out how to teach hands-on in this challenging time. See upcoming sessions here:  


Check out available virtual classes at
For now, all our training and consulting will be arranged virtually. 

2021 Upcoming Events

      All in-person live events pending due to COVID-19.

      Contact us if you'd like us to speak or exhibit at your event, virtually now or in person in the future!


      Piece about our Hacker Calculus project, with embedded video of a talk we gave on the topic in November 2018:

      Article by us in October/November 2018 MAKE magazine, "Newton's 3D Printer."

      Guests on the WTFFF podcast:

      Piece about us in local paper (in lower right hand corner of the page):

      Joan listed as one of the most influential women in 3D printing:

      Summary and recorded version of our Space Show interview January 31, 2017:

      Guest blog in Scientific American about 3D printing for the visually impaired:

      Scientific American piece about scientific making, August 2016 :

      Video of our Innovate Pasadena talk on July 8, 2016:

      Apress press release, Oct 28, 2015:

      Interview, September 4, 2015:

      Report on the Windward School DMCC educator maker's event, August 2015:

      Summary and recorded version of our Space Show interview June 8, 2015:
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