Take Our Summer 3D Printing Design Courses and Enter Our Design Contest!

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Our summer courses are just a couple of months away and we are excited that attendees of our Advanced Design for 3D Printing crash course get to have their design entered into our design contest!

At the end of the one-week course starting June 11, the team at 3Dprint.com will vote on the best design, and the winning design will be printed by CoKreeate, a 3D Printing & Scanning services company. *

*The winning design may have to be modified based on the expertise of the designers at CoKreeate. The designers will work with the winner to make the design perfect under CoKreeate’s guidelines. General sizing guidelines: Sandstone: 7x7x7 inches, FDM: 8x10x8 inches, and Resin: 7x7x7 inches.

In the Advanced course, you’ll level up your skills and learn how to navigate the nuances of design software and tools in this crash course from 3DPrint.com. You’ll learn about animated assemblies, parametric design, and more, making you a more confident 3D print designer, and allowing your ideas to take shape with precision and detail. The best part? Create your own bold design in just one week with one-on-one support from a coach.

>> Register by May 1 for discounts for Advanced Design for 3D Printing

Need to learn the fundamentals first? Join us at our Beginner Design for 3D Printing online crash course the week before. In fact,  you can bundle the courses for discounts and completely immerse yourself into the 3D print world. Take one, two, or all three courses and get applicable 3D printing skills for your upcoming ventures.

Thank you to our Beginner Design for 3D Printing and Advanced Design for 3D Printing sponsor, SelfCAD, for the support.

 

 

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