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Workshop: Basics of CAD, Wed. April 27th!

CADClass_4-27-16Have you ever wanted to learn how to 3D Model, but didn’t know where to start? There are a lot of very complicated (and very expensive) options out there, but it doesn’t have to be that way! Come join us on our first workshop for the basics of Computer Aided Design!

We will be using Onshape, a free, browser-based CAD program, to show just how easy it is to start creating 3D designs. We will start from the very beginning, from how to create simple sketches, all the way to combining multiple parts together to form full assemblies.

I like to call Onshape the “Google Docs of CAD Programs”, and allows for real time collaboration and version control, so even if you have CAD experience, you are welcome to come check out the latest in industry-leading CAD programs.

This workshop is open to the public, all are welcomed to attend!

When: Wednesday, April 27th, at 7pm.
Where: Gainesville Hackerspace, bottom level of the Sun Center (101 SE 2nd Pl, Ste 100, Gainesville, FL 32601)
Requirements: Laptop/tablet with Chrome/Firefox, or an android or iOs device with the Onshape app installed (yes, it even works on your phones!)

Workshop lead by: Christopher Hoffman, a Mechanical Engineer from UF with an interest in 3D Modeling, 3D Printing, and making lots of fun projects!

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