- $39 for one admission to a 3D modeling class, 3D printing demo, gallery tour, and refreshments from Autodesk & HoneyPoint 3D ($100 value)
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for either July 18 or July 28; each session is from 3–6 p.m.
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
This event will be held at the Autodesk Gallery, located on the second floor of the Landmark Building.
Each event is capped at 112 purchasers.
What You'll Do
The innovative practice of 3D printing starts with a 3D CAD model, which allows any object of the imagination to come to life, from a cookie cutter to something as complex as a prototype for a new product. During this event, the experts lecture on and demonstrate three different pieces of software: 123D Catch, Tinkercad, and Fusion 360. Event-goers will be able to watch a model take shape on a 3D printer live, layer by layer. You'll also get the chance to ask questions of Autodesk's team, who are some of the leaders in the world of CAD software. HoneyPoint3D will be on hand to answer questions about 3D printing.
3D Printing Lectures
The Autodesk experts demonstrate how to make 3D models with cellphone cameras and use software programs, including Autodesk's software, Fusion 360.
Attendees can watch running 3D printers from HoneyPoint3D and live 3D modeling from Autodesk.
Tour the Gallery
Autodesk's team takes participants on a tour of their gallery, which includes 20 exhibits featuring works from companies such as Lego and Sony Pictures.
Eat and Drink
Light refreshments are provided.
The HoneyPoint 3D Team
The bright minds behind HoneyPoint3D aim to spread knowledge on the highly innovative practice of 3D printing and 3D scanning, which has unlimited potential to transform a wide array of industries. Their skilled CAD designers collaborate with both businesses and individuals to print customized 3D objects, and they also reveal the tricks of the trade during 3D printing demonstrations and classes for all skill levels. For this event, HoneyPoint3D pairs with the experts at Autodesk, who incorporate creative processes into problem-solving strategies that include technology and design. The Autodesk Gallery includes original work by LEGO, Mercedez-Benz, Nike, Sony Pictures, and more.