I was lucky enough to attend Doug’s talk on Low Cost 3D Printing at SYN/HAK on 3/20.
Copy of Doug’s presentation can be found here:
It was great to see a wide range of age groups at SYN/HAK. What made me smile was the pet feeder Doug brought from home that he talks about in the videos below. He was able to design the pet feeder himself!
Crowd assembles before the talk.
A few members of SYN/HAK chat about the 3D Printers capabilities.
Juggler Ted brought along his Rubiks puzzle to wondering how he can improve its design.
Some already printed 3D objects that Doug and Lily brought to demonstrate a 3D Printer’s capability.
Many thanks to Doug and Lily to present on this topic and generate awareness.
Personally, I believe the skills required to run a 3D Printer will enable a lot of people to earn their livelihood.
At this time like SYN/HAK Champion Trever mentions in beginning of Part 1, SYN/HAK is organizing a fundraiser for about $800 to acquire a 3D Printer. This will enable SYN/HAK to provide this wonderful instrument to the community.
If you’ve watched the videos below, please consider making a contribution electronically on the website synhak.org or in person at 21 W North St Akron Ohio.
Enjoy the videos below to learn more about 3D Printing.
Link to Lily’s company, Village Plastics:
Link to Maker Gear, the 3D Printer Doug demonstrated a sample print on:
Get ready to be blown away by Doug in the videos that demonstrate this cool technology: