3D Printed Math and Science Models

April 14, 2021 7:00 pm
April 14, 2021 8:00 pm
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About The Event:
In this hour-long event, Joan Horvath and Rich Cameron of Nonscriptum LLC will give a mini-course on using the free, open-source CAD program OpenSCAD. They’ll talk about how they have used it to create math and science models, and lessons learned trying to teach in 3D. Participants are encouraged to download the free, open-source program OpenSCAD ahead of time from so they can follow along. This event will be aimed at science and math teachers K-12, and is being held under the auspices of the Pasadena 3D Printing Meetup (which is organized by the speakers).
  • Target audience
    This is particularly aimed at teachers interested in hands-on learning.
  • Registration details
    (Cambridge Science Festival attendees need to first join the meetup and register for the event.) Note that the time on the event page is PACIFIC TIME. The event will be at 4 PM Pacific/7 PM Eastern Time. A Zoom link will be posted on the registration site on the day of the event (available only to registrants). Please contact the organizers through Meetup messaging with questions or any special requests.
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Cambridge Science Festival, the first of its kind in the United States, is a madcap celebration of science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM). A multifaceted, multicultural event, the Festival makes science accessible, interactive, and fun, highlighting the impact of STEAM in all our lives.

For the 2021 Festival, we will host a month-long celebration of STEAM in our community with an overarching theme of gratitude and appreciation. During the month of April 2021, we will showcase creative digital and virtual entries from our rich STEAM community.

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