Learn 3D Printing from Design Thinking Pros Who Are Making an Impact

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Allen and Diana Arseneau of Jamber and Jordan Lang, Industrial Design Lead at Propelland

Discover how to design for 3D printing with a human-centered approach from speakers who have set out to use 3D printing to improve the world.

In the first session of our online Beginner Design for 3D Print course on June 11, you’ll hear from Allen and Diana Arseneau, founders of the Jamber mug. Back in 2013, the couple was inspired to create an ergonomic mug design after seeing Allen’s elderly grandfather with arthritis struggle to take a sip from a cup. Today, they’ve reengineered a 3D print cup design that is easy and comfortable to hold — especially for those with physical challenges. In our course, they will talk about using a human centered approach to create a great design for 3D printing. Featured in Wall Street Journal and Boston Globe, get excited to hear what design tips this couple has for you.

In our second session of our Beginner course, Jordan Lang, Industrial Design Lead at Propelland, will show you his product design and prototype work in 3D printing. With a background in industrial design, he blends UX/UI design, prototyping, strategy, and visualization to make an impact with his work. During his online session, he’ll give real case studies from the Propelland studio, provide tactical skills from 3D printing design software, and show you how to create designs that make an impact on the world.

>> Register early for discounts for Beginner Design for 3D Printing

Following the Beginner course, join our Advanced Design for 3D Printing course starting June 18, where you can hone your skills and submit the design you’ve been working on into our contest. 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. *

Following our Advanced class, you’ll get to apply your design skills in our Essentials of 3D Printing with Metal. Join us on June 25 for this interactive one-week course.

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.

 

 

*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.

 

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