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Event recommended by MakeHaven but organized by a partner organization.

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Learn how to use the software program Fusion 360 to create a threaded nut and bolt, useful additions for many 3D printing projects.

Join former Ives Squared Creative-in-Residence Ryan Paxton and learn how to use the software program Fusion 360 to create a threaded nut and bolt, useful additions to many 3D projects. These nuts and bolts can be printed using the 3D printers such as those found in Ives Squared. This tutorial is intended to help participants become familiar with the software program and skills needed for users to 3D print on their own.  

With Ryan Paxton

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Mastering financial success in business requires investing time to learn how to maximize your financial portfolio. Learn strategies to put your business on the road towards financial independence

Entrepreneurs want to achieve financial success in business but mastering this requires investing time to learn methods to maximize your financial portfolio. This webinar will provide strategies and habits that will put you on the road towards financial independence while managing your business. 

 

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This event is free and hosted by: American-Made Challenges and cross posted here for promotional purposes.

 

Attend one or all of several sessions informing you about the science and techology of geothermal. Great background for entering the Geothermal Manufacturing Prize.

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In this free online class, learn how to design your own origami forms through the program Inkscape! The first part of the class will be to teach some of the basics of origami corrugations, and then we will use Inkscape to generate our own patterns that can be taken to the laser cutter for easier cutting. Taken to the next level, you can use this technique to work with thicker materials such as wood or cardboard to design more structurally-sound origami pieces.

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Continuing where Blender Modeling Basics left off, this class will cover the basics of Blender's image rendering capabilities, including an introduction to scene and object lighting, cameras and effects, layers, and more.

Prerequisite: Modeling Basics with Blender 2.8 or familiarity with modeling with Blender 2.8.

To participate in this class you will need to install Blender 2.82a on to your desktop computer. Click here to download.

No experience necessary.

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Join us for an introduction to the Python programming language and the Thonny IDE, one of the simplest programming languages to read and write paired with a straightforward and easy-to-use development environment. Never written code (or Python code) before? This introduction will be a great place to get started. Python can be used for server-side web development, complex mathematics, database management, game development, and rapid prototyping.

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In this online workshop, students will get familiar with the basic operations of Mastercam. They will get an overview of the Mastercam interface and will learn how to create geometry and toolpaths. The objective of this course is to give students the foundation on which to build the skills necessary to design toolpaths for MakerspaceCT's Haas CNC mill.

Objectives:

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In this free online class, learn motion and modeling controls on Blender 2.8. Create objects for 3D printing or for games and photorealistic renders. We’ll cover basic mesh modeling like extruding, cutting, and subdivision.

To participate in this class you will need to install Blender 2.82a on to your desktop computer. Click here to download.

No experience necessary.

Hosted by: MakerspaceCT