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3-D Printing and Design (In-person Session)

Target Audience: 6th-12th Grade Math and Science Teachers

Presenter: Nathan Kenner, Engineering Teacher, West High School, Knoxville, TN

This session will offer participants the opportunity to learn how a 3D printer works, explore resources for finding 3D models to print, and learn how to create your own 3D models with free tools like TinkerCAD and OnShape.

Participants should bring a personal laptop containing a standard USB port option.

Participants should create a teacher account at and OnShape prior to the training. Participants will also need to download the Prusa slicer software. When starting the slicer software, please choose “Prusa mk3/3s+” options.  

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In-person workshop details

Wednesday, June 5
8:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT

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