MakerLab NW May events

Thursday, May 4, 2017

MakerLab NW has the following family friendly events coming up in May!

3D Modeling in TinkerCAD, 
Part 1
Sunday, May 7th, 
10am - 11:30am

This two part series on TinkerCAD will open your world to creating in 3D. TinkerCAD is a FREE, simple to use primitive modeling app from Autodesk.

It has a large community user group that creates all kinds of wonderful things. If you’re a maker at heart but want to learn some new 3D skills, this series is for you. We will explore various primitive modeling techniques that will allow us to understand how to create anything we can imagine.

1.5 hr sessions ( 3 hours total for 2 weeks)

PART 1: Modeling a Maker Coin: We will create a cool maker coin for our first project.

PART 2 (Sunday, May 14th): Creating a 3D printable bird house: We will plan for and design a 3d printable bird house.

Cost:
$45 members
$55 non-members
Purchase tickets in advance here

DIY Gardener’s Hand Balm
Saturday, May 13th, 1pm - 3pm

Spring is finally here in the Pacific Northwest, and it's time to get those gardens going! After digging in the dirt, treat your hands to some creamy hand balm made with all natural ingredients. You'll never want to buy lotion again. You'll go home with your own jar and the know-how to keep creating your own at home.

Cost:
Members: $20
Non-members: $30
Purchase tickets in advance here



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