Makerspace has a Formlabs Form 1 3d resin printer, which can be tricky and delicate to use. Jeff runs two printers for production that are very similar to the Formlabs machine, and has done a good deal of testing to get them to print as well as they can.
This 2.5 hour class, with 30 minute social period afterwards, will cover operation of the printer, basic maintenance, appropriate materials, general guidelines for file creation, post processing, and some troubleshooting. An informal 30 minute discussion and question period with pizza supplied will follow.
The class will be July 17, 2019, starting at 7pm, in the Makerspace classroom .
The fee for this class is $20. This includes printed material, as well as sample 3d printed parts to take home and pizza at the event. The class size is being limited to 20 people, to keep it personal and give everyone time to interact.
About the Presenter
Jeff started Briggs Manufacturing Associates Ltd in 2016, working with a couple cheap filament printers and 15 years of urethane casting experience. His operation is slowly and steadily expanding with the 3d printing side of the business producing primarily model railroad details and kits. He now has a sales manager and BMALtd ships its own products worldwide. In addition to their own products BMALtd also frequently completes contract jobs for hobby and industrial customers.
Priority seating will be given to makerspace members. Non-members may attend however they are liable to be bumped to the waitlist if the registration limit is reached.