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Introduction to 3D Printing Class 

When: August 21, 2021 

Where: 256 E. Central Street

Franklin, MA 

3:45-4:45PM-We will be covering a vast amount of information and I anticipate a 45-60 minute class. 

$25/per person

$20/kids under 13

 

What we will cover: 3D Printing Process, Terminology, Types of Printers and Printing Material, How is 3D Printing being used, Safety considerations.

 

Registration is required as space is limited. Please email Andrea with questions and to register for the class. 

 

andrea@createsomefun.net

 

If you have specific questions, please bring them with you or email ahead of time and we can discuss at the class. Let’s get printing!

 

 

 

 

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The Federal Aviation Administration now requires all recreational drone operators to pass and carry The Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST) certification in the US.

The following entities are FAA approved test administrators of TRUST:

The certification is FREE, provides education, safety and regulation information to drone pilots. As of June 2021, this is a one time test, however, if you lose your certificate, you will need to retest to obtain a new certificate.

Please visit the FAA for additional information and safety resources.

The Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST) (faa.gov)

Husband and wife team with engineering and medical professions who wanted a chance to make a dream, a reality in Franklin, Massachusetts. During the last year we had time to realize that we should have some fun amid the chaos of our world. That is where the dream of Create Some Fun, LLC began. Our dream became a reality May 17, 2021. Our goal is to not take life so seriously and enjoy our hobbies, and if we can help others find their Zen in doing the same, our dream has come to fruition!

What is 3D printing?

Also referred to as additive manufacturing, 3D printing is a process in which objects are produced by adding material in layers in cross-sections of a 3D model. Plastics and metal alloys are most commonly used, however, the possibilities are endless as there are examples of concrete and living tissue prints!

 

How can I use 3D printing?

Prototyping: Used for visual aids, mockups, television and film models.

Limited production parts: More cost effective at producing low volume or custom parts.

Lightweight parts: Fuel efficiency and reduction of emissions are the main focus of lightweight parts production via 3D printing in the aerospace and automotive industries.

Medical: Implants that mimic real bone structure, skin, cells and organic tissue, prosthetics.