Bill Gray of Augusta University will guide us again on a joyous and comical, yet informative, romp through the world of 3D-printing!
All levels of interest are encouraged to attend. Also bring anything you are working on, from files for parts to the printer itself.
This is an open format gathering. The interests of attendees will determine the dialogue. Drop by for a minute or stay for the entire time.
We’ll have access to the 3D-printer in the Prototyping Lab and 3D-CAD programs in the Computer Lab.
theClubhou.se members may attend for free. Visitors will need to pay $10 the day of the event.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Bill Gray is the Manager of Educational Technology at Augusta University. He is a graduate of Augusta University and the University of Georgia with degrees in Fine Arts and Instructional Technology. He has been interested in 3D printing since reading an article about desktop 3D printing in 2006. He really got hooked on 3D printing in 2014 after using the newly purchased MakerBot at work. He built his first Prusa I3 in 2015; designed and sold his first 3D printer a few months later. The second printer Bill designed sits prominently on his desk at Augusta University where it is rarely idle!