On November 15 there will be an internal workshop on 3D-printing. It is arranged by SEDS - sample environment and detector support group and is open to all staff members (maximum 50 people).
Please, register here if you want to take part in the workshop. Note that the three hands on sessions are the same so you should register for one of them.
What 3d printing is good for and how it works
9:45-10:15 Materials and measures
Design and CAD for 3d printing
10:30- 11:40 Science projects using 3d printing technology
Ross Friel, BioMAX : Example Application of Additive Manufacturing to Beamline Components and some Tips on Additive Manufacturing Utilization
Kajsa Sigfridsson Clauss & Lindsay Merte, BALDER: 3d printing applications at BALDER
Ann Terry, CoSAXS: Flexible sample holders by 3D printing
Ben Libberton, Communications: Using 3D printing for research dissemination and education
11:40- 12:00 Getting started with your own 3d printing projects
Lunch on your own
13:00 Hands on session 1 at MAKERBOT – FULLY BOOKED
14:00 Hands on session 2 at MAKERBOT – FULLY BOOKED
15:00 Hands on session 3 at MAKERBOT