Time14:00 — 16:00
About this Workshop
Join the Smart Citizens’ team and expand your 3D digital design skills. In this interactive online workshop you will learn how to digitally design a 3D jigsaw-style object using the free software, Slicer. This software works by breaking down an object into a series of flat, interlocking pieces to create a 3D structure, which can then be cut out on a laser cutter.
During this interactive session, you will have the opportunity to use Slicer whilst following along with the tutor, and will learn how to:
- Create a simple 3D digital 'jigsaw' using Slicer
- Download an object from the free open source library Thingiverse and import it into Slicer
- Generate 3D 'jigsaws' in a variety of different ways on Slicer
- Save and export files in the correct format to be uploaded to a laser cutter
By taking part in this workshop, you will gain a Smart Citizens Digital Badge that can be added to your CV, email signature or LinkedIn profile to highlight your new skills in digital design and fabrication.
Please note: this event will be hosted through Google Meet (no sign-up required). You will be required to download the free software 'Slicer' in preparation for this workshop - more details provided upon booking. We would highly recommend using a computer mouse when taking part in this workshop.
This event is part of the iMayflower project and has been supported by The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, who fund the Cultural Development Fund, which is administered by Arts Council England.