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Austin is a student in the department of Computer Science at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and is volunteer developer at the Center for Open Science. He is also a horn player and in addition to teaching horn at Meredith College he has performed with many ensembles including the North Carolina Symphony, the West Virginia Symphony, and the Illinois Symphony.
3D Printers: Can't find what you need? Build it!
Throughout this talk, we will discuss each of the different types of printers and how they work. We will go more in depth with the thermoplastic extruders which have recently become much more accessible to the public. This talk assumes no prior knowledge and will introduce 3d printing technology.
The primary topics topics will include:
After introducing some 3d printer concepts we will design and start printing a part on a Solidoodle 2 during the mid-talk break which everyone will be able to see by the end our discussion.
7 April 2014
Nussbaum Center, downtown Greensboro.
The Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship was founded in 1987. It is a private non-profit whose mission is to attract, advise and house start-up and early stage growth entrepreneurs. A big thank you to them as they have graciously offered to provide space for our next meeting. The Nussbaum center can be located at: 1451 S Elm Eugene St, Greensboro, NC 27406. Rides are available for students in need!