Hands-on introductory lessons on the WASP Delta FDM 3D-printers at Motion Lab.Berlin
This course is a prerequisite for using the machines independently in MotionLab.Berlin!
Price (per person):
- For MotionLab-Member: 40 €
- For Non-Member: 65 €
ab 40,00 €
inkl. 19 % MwSt.
Would you like to work with the big Delta-FDM-WASP printers confidently on your own?
This course is made for you.
Bring your laptop and a normal mouse with a wheel.
At the end of this workshop, you will have gone through the full production process: from preparing your data to printing an object. Please note: the lecturer will provide the object we will create for all members of this course.
Let’s Get Real!
Within 2 to 3 hours* of this workshop, we will first look at geometries that are ideal for prototyping with a 3D-printer. We will then have a hands-on study at the machines themselves as we will expose their unique handlings that are usual when working with 3D-printers at the MotionLab.Berlin.
We will root out potential mishaps in order to prevent them in your future projects.
Practice makes perfect!
If you’ve entered the field of Maker technologies for the first time through this workshop, we recommend you visit the course a second time. Every second course, we will create a different object. Alternatively, there is a large, lovely community in the co-working space of the Motion Lab that can help you with your project.
*Course duration is 2 hours. An additional hour is needed with a fully booked session.
Marizon Bilano has worked as a product and UI/UX designer since 2011 and as project manager since 2013. Her portfolio includes work for Design Research Lab Berlin, Art Basel/Studio Keimeyer, Native Instruments, Archimedes Exhibitions and IBM Watson. Her interests lie in social design with a participatory design approach and gamification elements. Since 2017, she is a lecturer for art and design history at the multimedia university Macromedia FH in Berlin.