to hyper-local production and other innovative new tools, today’s Maker
Movement is changing the way we create and acquire objects. In
particular, affordable desktop 3D printing makes design and
manufacturing accessible to anyone, from students and professionals to
amateurs and entrepreneurs – bringing ideas to life in a fraction of the
time of traditional production processes.
us at the Hammerspace Workshop for an open house, refreshments and
presentations by Nick Brewer from MakerBot on the home 3D printing
revolution and Kansas City’s own Robert Giseburt. Network and share
ideas with other Kansas City design students and professionals while
exploring the “maker” tools and resources available at Hammerspace
About MakerBot. MakerBot
is a rapidly growing, Brooklyn-based startup that designs and manufactures low cost 3D printers.
About Rob Giseburt. Rob Giseburt is a local tinkerer, blogger and writer for Make Magazine.
Space is limited! $10 pp in advance; $15 pp at the door
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