March 28, 2018
This past February, Shop3D.ca took part in the OLA Super Conference Expo.
We met hundreds of educators and members of libraries across Canada and had the opportunity to chat about 3D printing.
Knowing that there were going to be some myths revolving around 3D printing that needed to be debunked and questions, we set out to gauge interest in a meet up. We were overwhelmed by the amount of interest that was given on learning how 3D printing could be used in a library/makerspace, and whats more, we were surprised by the range of questions we had received.
Not one to back down from a challenge, on **Monday, June 4, 2018** from 10am to 4pm, Shop3D.ca will be holding an intensive workshop at the Meadowvale Public Library specially catered to Libraries and Educators.
Lunch will be provided for one attendee per ticket. Tickets will not be available at the door. Space is limited, please register while quantities last.
If you are buying a ticket for someone other than yourself or a group, please be sure to include their names in the notes upon check out.
For more details on the topics that will be covered and or reserve your seat at the event, click here to for more information or to book tickets.
November 13, 2020
A constant question we get from our clients and folks like you calling in is "plastic is great but can I 3D print metal?"
Our answer used to be "you can't really do it unless you have around $100,000 to spare" but that's behind us. BASF's Ultrafuse 316L unlocks the ability of your 3D printer to 3D print metal at home or at your business.
November 10, 2020
With networking capabilities and a new touchscreen, the Ultimaker 2+ Connect is your reliable first step into our world of easy, remote 3D printing. Simply unbox and connect three components, and get started. This speedy setup even makes installing multiple 3D printers effortless.
October 28, 2020
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