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All you need to know

What is 3D Printing?

3D printing is one of the digital making methods available through Personal Factory.

3D printing is a type of additive manufacturing by which a digital file is translated into a physical object by a 3D printer.

The object is made by building up multiple layers of material.

A variety of materials can be used for 3D printing, and different 3D printers build objects in different ways.

We see this as the beginning of something huge.

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Latest article about 3D printing

Lab Instructors needed for groundbreaking for 3D Printing Summer Camp

Inventor Studios is hosting a pioneering new summer course for middle and high school students introducing them to 3D object design, digital scanning and 3D printing.

Held at the Head-Royce School in Oakland, 6 – 12 grade students will be getting first-hand experience with the printing process, as well as making 3D scans of real-life objects.

There are two openings available :

  • 3D Printing Lab Instructors – capable 3D modelers with some teaching and/or mentoring experience
  • 3D Printing Intern Instructors- capable 3D modelers with no previous teaching experience.

If this sounds like you, and you live in the SF Bay Area, download the job description for more information including course description, job responsibilities and how to apply.

Qualified applicants should contact Bob Krause, Chief Inventor at Inventor Studios. Interviews are being held between March 26th and April 9th, so don’t wait!