May 19 2015

Today we held our first 3D Printing workshop, this one was specifically for people with Cerebral Palsy.

Thanks a million to Howard and Boei from 3D Printing Studios who hosted the workshop at their Parramatta studio, great session guys!

The session covered basics of 3D Printing, Materials, and getting started with your first 3D design using TinkerCad.

Yoyo looking at one of the eNable prosthetic hands

Yoyo looking at one of the eNable prosthetic hands

Marusha wheeling in on her pro-Boccia chair. That thing costs more than $10,000, we are all looking forward to the day when we can just 3D print a full wheelchair. 

Marusha wheeling in on her pro-Boccia chair. That thing costs more than $10,000, we are all looking forward to the day when we can just 3D print a full wheelchair. 

Declan sipping his coffee while doing a 3D design in TinkerCad

Declan sipping his coffee while doing a 3D design in TinkerCad

The guys doing a 3D scan of Yoyo

The guys doing a 3D scan of Yoyo

Yoyo looking at a pen being 3D printed with her name on it, very exciting :)

Yoyo looking at a pen being 3D printed with her name on it, very exciting :)