We will be hosting a special 3D printing workshop on November 2nd at 11am at the Downtown Huntsville library in the 2nd floor computer lab. This month’s workshop, we will be focusing on demonstrating the basics of a free 3D modeling tool called Blender 3D. In this class we will demonstrate of the basics of […]
We are very excited to host our first outreach event at the Huntsville Main Branch Library in Downtown Huntsville! This class is on Wednesday, July 31st from 6pm to 7pm. At this workshop, we will run through the basics of 3D printing, such as where to find and make models, information about local makerspaces where […]
Is your child interested in the Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) fields? Are you an IT professional, college or high school student who wants to expand your technical skillsets, become a mentor, gain experience, receive scholarships, and etc…? If so, please come out to the BDPA HSV Meet and Greet Cookout! Location: Monrovia Community Center […]
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Hello friends! We are having another class at Cavarly Hill Library, Saturday March 30th. At this class, we will do a crash course in 3D blender modeling software. At this event, will show how to create basic shapes, how to turn a logo into a 3D image, and how to modify existing models to make […]
This class will be a continuation of our Introduction to 3D Printing series. We’ll be demonstrating the basics of 3D Printing; including the anatomy of a printer, where to find 3D models, how to slice 3D models into layers that the 3D printer can understand, and starting a 3D print. We’ll also quickly discuss other 3D printing […]
If you have a kid that’s really in to science, technology, engineering, and math, but doesn’t have time or opportunity to explore those topics in a formal capacity, there are a lot of media resources out there that are engaging and fun and can feed their desire for STEM-based learning.