DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Introductory classes on 3-D printing are now being offered in Dayton.
Proto BuildBar said they will launch 3-D printing classes starting in April.
The courses are geared toward people ten and up who would like to know more about 3-D printing.
Proto BuildBar owner Chris Wire said in a release, “We’re very excited to launch these courses and impart a passion for STEM-related careers in the young generations. Our classes will be an exciting and engaging way to give kids a hands-on experience with the technology of the future.”
The classes will cover the history of 3-D printing and will feature a hands-on demonstration that will allow students to print their own item.
Registration is available at Proto BuildBar at 534 East First Street in downtown Dayton or by emailing email@example.com.
More information on 3-D printing can be found on ProtoBuildBar.com.