3D Printing Tech4kids Webinar for School Children (Ages 14 +)

SAM's partner, University of Brunel is organising SAM's first Online Tech4KIDS.

This event is a webinar and will take place on Saturday July 25th at 13:30pm CET. It will consist on a basic introduction to 3D Printing aimed for students 14+ and is totally free to attend.

 

Who?

Do you know any students (14+) interested in learning about 3D Printing? If so, this webinar is for them. (PS: It is mandatory that an accompanying adult or guardian or parent books the webinar with their details (not the kids), and be present for the duration of the webinar).

When?

Saturday July 25th from 13:30-14:30 pm CET

About

3D Printing (also called Additive Manufacturing), involves the design of an object/product (3D model) using a computer software, which is subsequently manufactured with a 3D Printer, typically layer by layer. 3D Printing plays an important role in manufacturing, medical, educational, and industrial sectors, due to several benefits such as the design of complex geometry, customisation of objects, less waste and fast production.

The webinar is organised by the Sector Skills Strategy in Additive Manufacturing (SAM) Project. It will take place on Zoom (Zoom link will be provided after registration) and will be hosted by Dr Eujin Pei (Eujin) and Dr Adeayo Sotayo (Ade) from Brunel University London, and will cover:

1. What is 3D Printing

2. What Materials are used for 3D Printing

3. What can I 3D Print

4. Why 3D Printing

5. How 3D Printing is solving a global problem

6. How to build a simple 3D model using TinkerCAD software

7. What jobs can I do with 3D Printing

8. Recap

9. Feedback Survey

 

Registration

Registration is available here: https://lnkd.in/d8epRXj. It is mandatory that an accompanying adult or guardian or parent books the webinar with their details (not the kids), and be present for the duration of the webinar.
For more details, please contact Dr Eujin Pei (Eujin.Pei@brunel.ac.uk) and Dr Adeayo Sotayo (Adeayo.Sotayo@brunel.ac.uk).

 

 

 

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

 

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