Choose from Three Options
- $89 for one unique 3D printing experience ($200 value)
- $89 for one one-on-one professional 3D printing training session ($250 value)
- $149 for two one-on-one 3D printing training sessions ($500 value)
For the first option, guests bring in a photo or object, and learn how to transfer it into a 3D design. Objects are usually about the size of a child's toy or a keepsake. During the private lessons, you'll get a chance to work with a professional for a more hands-on experience. Students will develop an understanding of 3D printing and learn to bring inventions or works of art to life.
Ross Cohen loves technology; he studied at the New York Institute of Technology, founded his own web design company, and even opened InvenDesign to work exclusively with 3-D printers. But there's something that fascinates him even more than circuitry. He started InvenDesign as a celebration of his own "young entrepreneurial spirit," and to help others explore their own. He uses 3-D printing technology to create product prototypes, artwork, and other, more esoteric designs for clients. But you don't need to be a technophile to reap the benefits—he also teaches people how to use the technology through classes. The classes explore the techniques used to adapt other media and transform them into 3-D printed objects, allowing customers to scan in favorite photographs or cartoon characters run over by a steam roller before printing out a fully 3-D version. Students also learn how to create original 3-D models on the computer, which can then be printed to create toys and tools.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: 3D Printed Items
Pro Tip: Have an open mind
Good for Kids: Yes