Glowforge 3D printing classes at The Lab at North Spokane Library

Posted on May 23, 2019 at 6:00 am

Settlers of Catan™ Game Board. Photo: glowforge.com

We’re delighted to announce a new 3D printing class using the Glowforge printer at The Lab at North Spokane Library.

For 3D printing enthusiasts, Glowforge brings a new method for creation.

Those familiar with our 3D printing services and drop-in hours at Spokane Valley Library know all about our Ultimaker 2+ printer and the way it prints objects through the additive method of adding layer after layer of plastic filament.

The Glowforge printer works differently using a subtractive method. It uses a laser cutter/engraver to remove material to create the design. It can cut and engrave wood, leather, acrylic, fabric, cardboard, paper, and more.

Here is look at how the Glowforge printer works.

You can also check out inspiring designs created with a Glowforge printer at their customer gallery.

UPCOMING CLASSES

Create with Glowforge

Your creative ideas come to life with Glowforge, the 3D laser printer. Glowforge uses a laser to cut, engrave, and carve designs into a lot of different materials, such as wood, acrylic, cardboard, and leather. Learn to create a design with software, and leave with a finished project. For ages 16+

Registration is required.

THE LAB AT NORTH SPOKANE
Wednesday, June 5, 6:30–8:30pm | REGISTER
Wednesday, July 10, 2:30–4:30pm | REGISTER
Saturday, August 10, 2–4pm | REGISTER

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