Torrie presents OpenSCAD at SYN/HAK

Its easy to start using a power tool and shape your material into what you want to make.

Sometimes, you want to use a computer to design something that does not exist except in your mind.

Torrie Fischer from SYN/HAK presented a great talk on OpenSCAD – a free software that allows users to model things on the computer such that the finished designs can be printed on a device like a 3D printer.

Some pictures from the event in case you missed it:

Torrie presents OpenSCAD at SYN/HAK

Torrie presents OpenSCAD at SYN/HAK

 

Torrie presents OpenSCAD at SYN/HAK

Torrie presents OpenSCAD at SYN/HAK

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Torrie presents OpenSCAD at SYN/HAK

Torrie presents OpenSCAD at SYN/HAK

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Torrie presents OpenSCAD at SYN/HAK

Torrie presents OpenSCAD at SYN/HAK

Fortunately I was in attendance and did record the talk.

Here’s the two part video from the event:

Part 1/2:

Part 2/2:

Happy Modelling !

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