We’re gearing up to launch our 3DPrint.com summer courses in just a few short weeks and now is the perfect time to sign up for these dynamic learning experiences. From now through May 24, you can sign up for either our Beginner Design for 3D Printing or our Advanced Design for 3D Printing courses at the discounted Early Bird rate of $199. That’s a significant discount on our innovative, practical courses developed to push your thinking no matter what your 3D print design goals are.
Our courses, which start on June 20, combine the best of online learning with the best of in-person conferences. By pairing live keynote presentations with small group mentorship and discussion each week, we create a supportive learning environment in which your design thinking can thrive. Throughout the course you be introduced to exciting models, state-of-the-art tools, and groundbreaking techniques, while simultaneously building a design project inspired by and workshopped by expert mentors.
Each week we’ll air two live keynote sessions with industry experts on topics that will stir your design imagination and teach you the cutting-edge skills you need to move forward in the field of 3D print design. The keynotes are followed by live Q&A sessions with our special guests, so they can respond directly to all of your most pressing design questions. The weekly keynotes provide an abundance of inspiration, but we make that inspiration work for you via weekly assignments and guidance from your small group mentor. The assignments are open-ended to invite your creativity to come alive, but scaffolded enough to provide the support you need to make your plans a success. You’ll also engage in timely and relevant discussions on our classroom discussion boards, moderated by your mentor, who will be there to provide resources and feedback all along the way.
You’ll emerge from the workshop with a deeper understanding of 3D print design and increased confidence in your design skills. The early bird rate of $199 is only available until May 24, so be sure to sign up for this exciting opportunity today!
Sign up for: Beginner Design for 3D Printing
Sign up for: Advanced Design for 3D Printing
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