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Shapeways Opens It's First School of 3D Printing with Skillshare


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Hello! I am interested in becoming a part of the skill share school.
#1 Samantha Gratz on 2012-04-25 16:18 (Reply)
i am interested in teaching a class.
#2 chris on 2012-04-25 21:27 (Reply)
I like to subscribe to the school and want to be keep informed about all the activities of the school, particular getting lessons and where to start if you wanna learn 3D printing
#3 Sander Veenstra (Homepage) on 2012-04-26 20:12 (Reply)
Hi Sandra

I am a complete newbie and would love to learn 3D printing skills.

Many thanks
Kind regards

Lynn Tindale
#3.1 lynn (Homepage) on 2012-04-27 07:59 (Reply)
Hi there,

I'm very interested in 3D printing, and have some basic skills already, but would like to learn some more :-)

Kind regards

#4 Friedrich Teigelkamp on 2012-04-27 08:30 (Reply)
would love to participate in a newbie class. Have ordered several things from Shapeways and love the concept!
#5 Ivy on 2012-04-27 18:40 (Reply)
Hi Ivy, where are you based?
#5.1 Duann on 2012-04-27 19:00 (Reply)
#5.1.1 Jeff Perrin (Homepage) on 2012-04-30 17:54 (Reply)
SHAPEWAYS SCHOOL IS WHAT I'VE BEEN PRAYING FOR. it makes sure there are instructors wherever you are in the shapeways global family i love that but most of all i want to take KEVIN WEI class i saw his work close up at the Material Connexion exhibit in NYC. Here's the thing. alot of 3d work happens on expensive software, but 3d software like Blender or Sketch up is out there, instruction for it is expensive. Look i would not disparage the work of Jonathan williamson at all he's fantastic but he's also $80.00 an hour. I want to learn Blender but i want to afford it too i know that's a tall order can anyone fill it. my main interest is JEWELERY CAD/CAM DESIGN.
#6 sabradarlenehardy on 2012-04-28 01:53 (Reply)

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