We have some great presentations for you in this webinar series! The whole series has wrapped up now, but you can still access all of the great content through the recordings and links below!
3D Printing in the Workplace and STEM Education
A playlist with all of the recordings from this webinar series can be found here. The individual sessions are listed below.
BitSpace Introduction from Mike Hurley (President, BitSpace)
Ultimaker Introduction from Greg Elfering (President - Americas, Ultimaker)
Ultimaker 3D Printing Solutions
Overview of Ultimaker product portfolio from Jeremy Simon (3D Universe)
Is Ultimaker Viable for Investment Casting Applications, with Tom Mueller (Mueller Additive Manufacturing Solutions)
Bit Space Design Jam with Kevin Smith (Bit Space)
Ultimaker Design Engine Project
Designing for FDM 3D Printing, Matt Griffin (Ultimaker)
3D Printing For Rapid Prototyping, Yoni Saltzman (Honeybee Robotics)
The Use of 3D Printing in the Earthmoving Industry, Ben Kovalick (Caterpillar, Inc.)
Eco-Friendly Materials Engineering, Chris Jackson (Terrafilum)
3D Universe Terrafilum Materials
3D Printing Adoption in the Injection Molding Industry, Haleyanne Freedman (MHolland Co.)
3D Printing Materials Overview, Matt Griffin (Ultimaker)
Getting Started with Autodesk Fusion 360, Kevin Smith (Bit Space)
Autodesk Fusion 360
Free Licenses for Personal Use and Business Startups
Autodesk Fusion 360 Training
Ultimaker Cura Overview, Jeremy Simon (3D Universe)
Creating Today’s Makers and Tomorrow’s Life Changers Through 3D Printing Education, Mary Hadley (MakerGirl)
Intro to Upcoming Panels - Human-Centered Innovation and e-NABLE in the Classroom, Jen Owen (e-NABLE) and Neesha Rahim (Bit Space)
3D Printing for Cosplay with Dave Lysen
Dave Lysen on Instagram
e-NABLE Online Resources and How to Find Device Recipients, Jeremy Simon (3D Universe & e-NABLE)
e-NABLE Web Central
The e-NABLE Hub
History of the e-NABLE Volunteer Community, Jen Owen (e-NABLE)
History of e-NABLE
3D Printing and e-NABLE in STEM Education, Jen Owen (e-NABLE) and Samantha Gleisten (Bit Space)
Bit Space University
3D Printing to Help with the Coronavirus Pandemic, Jeremy Simon (3D Universe & e-NABLE)
Pre-cut Plastic Sheets for Budmen/IC3D Face Shields
Overview of Ultimaker product portfolio & open Q&A
Jeremy Simon, founder of 3D Universe, provides an overview of the current Ultimaker solution portfolio, including hardware, software, materials, and services. We review the latest offerings from Ultimaker, including the recently released Ultimaker S5 Pro Bundle and Ultimaker S3.
Ultimaker 3D Printing Solutions on 3D Universe
Crowd-sourced 3D Printing for the COVID-19 Pandemic Response
In this session, 3D Universe founder and e-NABLE co-founder Jeremy Simon discusses ways that 3D printing can be used to help produce medical supplies to help with the COVID-19 pandemic.
NIH COVID-19 Response Collection
BEmask v1.0 Information
IC3D/Budmen face shield
Pre-cut plastic sheets for IC3D/Budmen face shields
To find places in need of PPE where you can donate: https://getusppe.org/ or https://findthemasks.com/
Human-Centered Innovation: How to Equip Students with the Skills and Confidence to Inspire Change
Speakers: Ellen Deutscher, Esra Murray, Jen Owen, Samantha Gleisten, Neesha Rahim
The pace of change has increased greatly in the face of COVID-19. While politicians have closed national borders, scientists, makers, and innovators from across industries have come together in unprecedented ways to provide solutions in the fight against the virus. On display is the increased focus on and need for human-centered innovation and design.
Educators around the world were already teaching this before the crisis and are only more committed to building the skills necessary for this kind of innovation in students today. But how do you equip students with these skills the confidence and inspiration to engage in this kind of design process via remote learning?
Is it different from the design thinking we teach in school? What are the challenges and opportunities to consider? How do we bring all genders to the table?
Join us in a fast-paced discussion with the top female thought leaders in the design thinking space that leave you with practical strategies you can try with your own students.
Detailed notes and additional links can be found here.
Prototyping with Purpose: Human-Centered Engineering Design Challenges (with e-NABLE)
e-NABLE Volunteer Community
Book Recommendation: Creative Confidence by David and Tom Kelley
3D Printing Materials - Round Table Panel Discussion
Speakers: Jeremy Simon (3D Universe), Matt Griffin (Ultimaker), Chris Jackson (Terrafilum)
3D Universe Materials Collection
3D Universe Filament Guide
A Photographic Journey of e-NABLE's History and Origins with Jen Owen
Speaker: Jen Owen, co-founder of e-NABLE
The e-NABLE Hub (Community forums)
e-NABLE Web Central (Matching app)
Wednesday, April 29th, 2:30-4pm PDT / 4:30-6pm CDT / 5:30-7pm EDT
3D Printed Prosthetics & K12: e-NABLE in the Classroom
Speakers: Neesha Rahim, Jen Owen, Jon Schull, Shashi Jain, Aaron Sottile, Michael Ecker, Amanda Scampini, Andrea Santiago-Boyd
Thursday, April 30th, 1-3pm PDT / 3-4pm CDT / 4-5pm EDT
Cura Deep Dive - Extended Session
Speaker: Jeremy Simon (3D Universe)
Ultimaker Cura Download Page
Cura Settings Guide plugin
Custom Supports plugin
Ultimaker Materials Compatibility Guide
Thursday, April 30th, 2:30-4pm PDT / 4:30-6pm CDT / 5:30-7pm EDT
3D Modeling Design Jam: Using Prompts to Create
Autodesk Fusion 360 is available FREE for students, educators, hobbyists, and business startups!
Autodesk Fusion 360 Online Course (15+ hours of video instruction, along with downloadable project files so you can follow along)
Autodesk Fusion 360 videos on YouTube
Fusion 360 courses from Autodesk
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