KMMC Summer Service Learning Workshops: Workshop #1 – 3D Printing / e-NABLING The Future Workshop
First in a series of service learning workshops held in conjunction with Penfield Rec’s summer camp program.
Need a hand? Want to lend a hand? Learn how to BUILD a hand! Join this exciting 9-day workshop to learn how to 3D print and assemble a prosthetic hand for a friend in need. Together, let’s e-NABLE the world to be a more accessible place.
Workshops will be taught by RIT grad students. Each workshop consist of nine one hour sessions including a field trip to RIT’s e-NABLE lab. As part of learning how to 3D print and assemble prosthetic hands, workshop participants will learn how to use TinkerCAD to do other 3D printing designs. Class size is limited.
Ages 9 – 12
Location: Penfield Community Center, 1985 Baird Rd., Penfield, NY 14526
Times: Workshop#1A – 9:30 – 10:30; Workshop#1B 11:00 – Noon Daily
Dates: 6/27 – 7/8 (no class on 7/4)
Fees: Free for Pen Rec camp goers; $50 for non-camp goers; 50% discount for KMMC members and graduates
Class Size limited to 12 slots per workshop
REGISTER TODAY at: http://bitly.com/kmmc3dprintingworkshop First come, first served.
Abstract: e-NABLE is a distributed, pay-it-forward network for design, customization, and fabrication of 3D-printed hands. Created by Jon Schull, a researcher at Rochester Institute of Technology, e-NABLE pairs children and adults with missing or deformed fingers, hands or forearms with makers who produce customized 3D printed prostheses that can improve their lives.