On April 11th, 2014 we will be hosting a free 3D modeling/printing workshop and networking mixer in the beautiful Autodesk Gallery for the San Francisco 3D printing, startup and creative communities!

The Autodesk Gallery was named a top destination by Wired Magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle. It features more than 20 exhibits that bring together stories of exceptional design and engineering from across the globe, celebrates the creative process, and shows how people are using new technology to imagine, design and create a better world.

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Daytime 3D Printing/Modeling Workshop

The daytime workshop was developed for the greater San Francisco founder and startup community. Participants will learn how to model in both Autodesk Tinkercad and MeshMixer from Autodesk experts. They will also learn from the 3D Hubs founders how to utilize local 3D Print Hubs to create 3D printed swag to market their companies, and leave the workshop with customizable 3D files for both a pair of party glasses and a beer bottle opener, including prototypes of these designs they will 3D print themselves.

Soda, coffee and snacks with be provided during the welcome & registration, and all workshop attendees will be given double entry for the raffle at the evening mixer.

Please register here to reserve your spot (space is limited).

Evening Networking Mixer

In the evening, we will be hosting a networking mixer for the greater San Francisco design, technology, and creative communities (the venue space is the same as above).

We will be welcoming a panel of very exciting guest speakers to this event, all speaking on design applications in 3D printing, and representing the industries of industrial design, architecture, the arts and consumer web.

As always at our mixers there will be free bites, soda and local craft beer!

Please register here to reserve your ticket to the event and place entry into the raffle. Note that space is limited and we will be checking registration at the door.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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