Introduction to 3D Scanning Workshop (Spring 2018)
This workshop will teach you the basics of 3D scanning: what a 3D scanner is, how it works, and what you can do with a 3D scanned model. This is an introductory workshop that will provide an overview of 3D scanning. You will get to see the 3D scanners in action and learn about Joyner Library's 3D scanning program and how you can make use of the library's 3D scanners.

3D printing specialists in Joyner Library's Teaching Resources Center, will lead introductory workshops on 3D scanning in Joyner Library room 1020. The times and dates are below.

These workshops will offer participants a hands-on opportunity to learn about and create objects using 3D scanning technology. Participants will learn basic tools in Meshmixer (, an intermediate level 3D modeling software.

While no prior experience is necessary, registrants should be comfortable experimenting with a sometimes quirky software. Each session is limited to 20 participants.

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Which workshop do you plan to attend? (All sessions are in Joyner Library, Room 1020.)
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