Free Workshop This October For Anyone In Malaysia Who's Interested In 3D Printing
Ever want to know how 3D printing has changed the world? Then this is for you. The best part? It's FREE.
What Are People Saying About That Free 3D Printing Workshop?
Recently, Malaysians Had The Opportunity To Witness How 3D Printers Work Thanks To "The Makers Week", An Initiative To Highlight People Who Develop And Create Products From Open-sourced Resources
The Event Was An Eye Opener For Many, Who Got To See First Hand How 3D Printing Impacts Various Industries. So, What Did They Have To Say About The Event?
For Nick, He Said That The Event Is Indescribable
Whereas For These Guys, They Said That The Event Was A Good Platform "To Be Around People With The Same Interest And Ideas As You"
For The Speakers, They Said That "The Makers Week" Is A "Super Super Event!" And Hope That This Can Be A Yearly Event
If You're Interested In Future Events Like These, Do Check Out Project Renaissance!
So When We Heard The Guys At Mindvalley Is Throwing a 3D Printing Event Called "The Makers Week", We Got Excited
Firstly, You'll Get To Hear First Hand How 3D Printing Is Making Waves In Malaysian Schools Now And How Kids As Young As 8 Years Old Use Software To Design And Create Their Own Things!
Featured Speaker: Vyasa Kandasamy has been actively involved in the field of Computer Aided Design for more than 20 years. He has trained Professional Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Chemical Engineers, Architects, Interior Designers and Product Designers on Computer Aided Design. Starting this year, he begun a new School, CAD Design School, teaching kids as young as 8 years old, Computer Aided Design. It started as a hobby, from a feeling that “I think young kids can learn this too. And why do they really have to wait till they are 20 to start learning this?” Vyasa will talk about how 3D Printing will effect Education in Malaysia.projectrenaissance.com
Ever Wondered How 3D Printing Is Affecting The Engineering Industry? Experts Will Be Speaking On How 3D Printing Can Be Applied To Make Prototypes And What The Future Holds For The Engineering Industry
Featured Speaker: Rapid Model representative, Johan Ariff, to discuss how 3D printing has profoundly impacted the ‘engineering’ industry. With more than 13 years of experience in additive manufacturing industry, Johan specialises in established/traditional prototyping for industrial design and mechanical engineering as well as for production tooling such as variety of Jigs & Fixtures, and emerging application for injection molding called Printed Insert Mold Tool. Throughout his career he has developed vast knowledge in variety of additive manufacturing technology starting from powder binding, laser curing, light projection and now Polyjet and Fused Deposition Modelling. Johan will present Rapid Model’s case studies of utilising their 3D printers for their global partners and what the future holds for the engineering industry.projectrenaissance.com
3D Printing Can Also Revolutionise The Health Industry Thanks To The Guys At Materialise (they'll Be Speaking There). Did You Know That They Helped 3D Print A Hip To Enable A Teenager To Walk Again?
Featured Speaker: Jason Tay is the Interim CTO of R&D in Vagler, steering the design and innovation trajectory for the desktop 3D printer development. He is also the principal designer of the 3D scanners. At The Makers Week, Jason will discuss how 3D printing has profoundly impacted the healthcare industry by presenting case studies of the utilisation of Vagler’s 3D printers.projectrenaissance.com
Featured Speaker: Ayishwariya Menon was awarded the Governor’s Prize, and the Student Centenary Prize at Imperial College London, UK. She went on to work for the Acrobot Company Ltd., UK in the field of orthopaedic surgical navigation and robotics. She further specialised in computer assisted surgery with her work at Materialise N.V, Belgium applying Materialise’s core technology of 3D printing to orthopaedic surgery. Currently, she heads up the clinical business for Materialise at their Asia Pacific headquarters in Malaysia, her home country. Sparked by the spirit and vision of leader Wilfried Vancraen, Materialise has pioneered the large scale use of additive manufacturing or 3D printing technology.projectrenaissance.com
Also In Store For Us Is How 3D Printing Has Benefited The Art And Design Industry In Malaysia. See Case Studies From Pioneers In The Industry!
Featured Speaker: Arte Academy’s Founder, Creative Director and Instructor Sky Ng, will discuss on the topic of how 3D printing has profoundly impacted the ‘Art’ industry. Sky is also an Autodesk Certified Instructor for 3Ds Max. As an educator, Sky has lectured in various colleges such as TAR University College, Alfa College and IACT College, and has also provided corporate training for various institutions such as SEGi College Sarawak and the CPG Corporation in Singapore. With the establishment of Arte Academy, Sky focuses his efforts in creating a revolutionised education system which emphasises on industrial pipelines, culture and technology, with the hopes of implementing the latest technologies into education, such as motion capture and 3D printing.projectrenaissance.com
In Addition To That, You'll See A Live Demo Of How A 3d Printer Works In Real Life! How Cool Is That?
Want To Go For The Event? Just RSVP here. We'll Be There Too So Do Come Say Hi!
The Event Stretches From 11 To 17 October. Want To Know More About This Event And Why They Are Doing This? Full List Of Speakers And More Details Here.