The Rochester Makerspace has partnered with the Rochester Public Library and Monroe County Library System to bring you a wonderful exhibit of 3-D printed objects during the entire month of September! Come to the Central Library, 115 South Ave, on the second floor of the Bausch & Lomb building and see an extensive exhibit of 3-D printed objects.
In addition, On Saturday, September 19, we will have a special FREE event from noon to 2 pm. Come to the Arts Division, 2nd floor, and learn about 3-D printing from Jay Perez of Rochester Makerspace and Matt Jones, 3-D Printing Manager at A.W. Miller, Inc.
We will be having a raffle and a lucky audience member will be scanned and will win a full color 3D printed model of themselves!
We encourage you to bring the whole family to this event. You’ll learn how scanned files can be used for a variety of purposes including 3-D printing, CNC machining, reverse engineering in a CAD system, or as input to virtual reality programs. You’ll hear about the latest research using 3D printing to develop new ways of creating Medical prostheses. And you’ll see a large range of high quality samples made using the different additive manufacturing technologies in personal, professional, and, production printers.
We look forward to seeing you at Central Library on Saturday! Follow us on Facebook for more information and, as always, we encourage you to stop by Rochester Makerspace on Thursday nights from 6-9pm for our free weekly Community Night and Open House.