July 15, 2019
We're throwing a 3D printing party! Join us to learn about 3D printing or show off your creations, let's talk about where this tech is headed and what is happening in 3D printing now.
Location: Shop3D.ca Toronto Pop-Up 110-8811 Laurel St, Vancouver, BC V6P 3V9Date: July 25th, 2019Time: 6pm-9pm
7:00pm - Where Is 3D Printing Headed?Join Felix Izraitel, Shop3D.ca's Applications Engineer for a short talk about what 3D printing is all about, what it is being used for and where is it headed.
3D Prints and 3D Printers on DisplayTake pictures and interact with some seriously impressive prints and see how 3D printers work. Fellow 3D printing experts are invited to bring along their favorite pieces to show off.
RaffleWe're giving away a 3 pack of eSun PLA+ Filament. Valued at $$$. No purchase necessary, raffle tickets will be provided at check-in. RSVP on Eventbrite for an additional raffle ticket when you check-in for the event!
Form 3 PreviewWe'll have a demo unit of the new Formlabs Form 3! See what's new with Formlabs' LFS technology.
NetworkingParty party, mingle mingle, network network. Let's talk 3D printing!
Shop3D.ca is where Canadians find the best desktop 3D printers, laser engravers and vacuum formers for engineers, educators and makerspaces. With 3D printing showrooms in Toronto and Vancouver, we're more than just a web store. Shop3D.ca is collaborating with Ildsjel Collective to launch a new 3D printing access point. Pick-up your 3D print orders in downtown Toronto, ask questions, get training and support at our new location!
Ildsjel Collective - A creative workspace and community designed for collaboration and innovation in Toronto’s creative industries. ildsjel is all about promoting growth through collaboration. We offer access to resources provided by the community for the community. Our studio hosts innovative collaboration between members through our shared workspace, multi-functional event venue, recording studio, and workshop.
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If you do have to use something like this mask then use materials the are inherently "germaphobic":
CPE, PET, rPET, PETG, and PP would fall under this category. Notice that all the above points still apply to these materials when 3D printed!
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