3D Printing for Cosplay, Replicas, and Props

Photo of 3D printed glove, grey and red coloured.
Please note: this is a 2-part workshop, however you must register for each part separately.

For adults and teens (ages 14+)

PART 1:
Saturday, February 24, 10:30am-12:30pm | Brampton Library – Chinguacousy Branch (150 Central Park Drive)

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to own your very own Lightsaber?  Have you ever wished you could become your favourite Avenger? Or maybe you have always wanted to have your favourite Overwatch character’s weapon on display. Join us as the Shop3D.ca team talks about 3D printing for cosplay, props & replicas and what factors you should take into consideration before getting started. They will also demonstrate some of their prints with their Ultimaker 3D printers.

Click here to register for PART 1

PART 2:
Saturday, March 10, 10:30am-12:30pm | Brampton Library – Chinguacousy Branch (150 Central Park Drive)

Ever wanted to take your 3D prints and give them those finishing touches to make them look more accurate and realistic? Whether it’s for cosplay, or for personal displaying purposes, join use as the Shop3D.ca team teaches some of the steps you can take to finish your 3D prints and bring them to life. Some topics that will be touched upon are: sanding, bodyfilling, molding & painting.

Click here to register for PART 2

For more information contact makerspace@bramptonlibrary.ca


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