Whitman-Hanson 3D Printer Camp
3 Summer Sessions for 2017
Purpose of the Camp:
Provide 10-15 year old students with the opportunity to discover and learn hands on product design and 3D printing while having fun in a summer camp hosted at Whitman-Hanson Regional High School. To See 2016 3D Printer Camp Recap Video: http://tinyurl.com/WH-3Dcamp
- Age: 10 – 15 for both boys and girls
- Skill Level: Beginner
No design or 3D printing experience required
What You’ll Learn:
- How to operate a 3D printers
- How 3D printing is changing our future
Creating 3D models using CAD (computer-aided design)
How to use Sketch-up Design Software
Basics of the engineering and design process
What You’ll Create: 3d-printed prototypes; at the end of camp participants will be able to take home their 3D printed models
- Mon, June 26-Thurs, June 29 (9 am- 3 pm)
- Mon, July 10-Thurs, July 13 (9 am- 3 pm)
- Mon, July 31-Thurs, Aug 3 (9am-3 pm)
$250 per student for camp session (includes all lab fees and camp T-shirt): Checks and Cash will be accepted and Credit Cards
For more information email Julie Giglia at firstname.lastname@example.org or call after 1:45 pm on weekdays at 781-618-7120.
Julie Giglia, a Business/Technology teacher at Whitman-Hanson Regional High School has been teaching Computer-Aided Design Class for five years and wrote 2 grants to bring two Flashforge Dreamer printers to the high school. 2016 Massachusetts Business/Teacher of the Year.
Additionally, there will be a high school student assisting during the camp.