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Future Tools Series

Are you interested in 3D printers and looking for a 3D printing course for beginners? Then come to the Open Lab evening for a simple and clear introduction.

In this workshop you will learn important basics for the implementation of your own 3D printing projects. Using a small piece of lettering as an example, the team demonstrates how you can create your own 3D printed designs with TinkerCAD and print them on the Ultimaker 2 using Cura. Join in and become a “digital maker” in no time.

The 3D printer and the materials for experimenting can be used on site free of charge. Bringing your own laptop is beneficial for developing your own design. Are you coming by spontaneously? Don't worry, there are laptops on site.

What you learn:
  • What is a 3D printer?
  • 3D printing materials: what materials can you print with?
  • How do I create a theme?
  • 3D printer instruction - safety first!
  • Tips and Tricks
What is an Open Lab evening?
Have you always wondered what design thinking is, how a 3D printer works and how a robot is programmed? And what exactly does all this have to do with the future? Then you've come to the right place in the Futurium Lab! Every Thursday you are invited to learn methods and tools for shaping the future together with the makers and to develop new ideas for the future in workshops.

workshop management
The Education Innovation Lab is a Think & Do Tank. In close exchange with experts, teachers and students, they create learning environments that enable critical thinking and active shaping of a sustainable future.

Young Tinkerers is a non-profit organization with the aim of empowering people to use digital tools to actively and sustainably shape the world. Since 2016, the Junge Tüftler team has grown into a colorful team of experts from the fields of education, design, IT, music and of course making & coding and many more. This diversity enables them to develop and implement innovative formats and content.

  • Venue: Workshop Futurium Lab (basement)
  • Admission: free of charge
  • Event language: German
  • Max. number of participants: 20 people
  • Conditions of participation: no prior knowledge required

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We do apologize that the following information is currently only available in German.