Thank you for attending You Can 3D. The session recording is now posted. Below you’ll find information related to incorporating 3D printing into your classroom.
First off, I encourage you to connect with Mark Sivak in the Library’s 3D printing studio. The studio offers the resources of a full suite of 3D fabrication and modeling technologies to members of the Northeastern community: students (undergraduate and graduate), faculty, and staff. Whether it’s classwork, research or a personal project, they can 3D print your model. Mark and his team is incredibly knowledgeable about how to get 3D projects off the ground and offers consultation for faculty who may need assistance with their projects.
Mark Sivak, Janos Stone, and Jennifer Love have also provided their slides for the session, which may be found on the TEXPO 2017 homepage.
NUMaker is a club at Northeastern that provides community and support around 3D printing
There are a few different software options for students and faculty who would like to do 3D printing work. Lynda.com has online tutorials for at least three of the most common tools used for this purpose: “Learning 3-D Printing,” “SolidWorks 2017 Essential Training,” “Rhino 5 Essential Training”
Finally, please provide feedback on our TEXPO 2017 Feedback Survey to help us plan for next year or to provide ideas about what you’d like to see or present. Recordings of sessions and any supplementary materials for sessions you may not have been able to attend are now posted on our TEXPO 2017 homepage as well.