Fusion of Art.Science.Technology Series
Learn to Use 3D Printing to Create Prototypes
If you’re an aspiring inventor, or just a person with a great idea, RSVP for the Fusion: Art. Science. Technology speaker series featuring Robert Bigler on Saturday, June 21st at Cupertino Community Hall from 1-3 pm. Families are welcome and there is no charge.
In keeping with the Cupertino Library Foundation’s mission to advance life-long learning, the Fusion series explores other areas where art, science and technology are being further integrated today for benefit in manufacturing, medical, robotics, jewelry, crafts, art, and more. Click here to learn more about the Fusion: Art.Science.Technology Series.
Prototype Your Idea, Yourself!
June 21, 2014
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Cupertino Community Hall
The second seminar in the Fusion series is June 21st, also from 1-3 pm in Cupertino Community Hall. ‘Prototype your idea, yourself’ will explore the shift in the 3D printing industry from engineers to hobbyists and young, budding engineers who want to create their own advance prototypes.
The speaker for June 21st is entrepreneur and inventor Robert Bigler who has made a career of designing and using Rapid Prototyping technologies. He founded and recently sold a global automation company called Animatics and is now CEO of Equalia, a technological incubation company for multiple initiatives, including Personal Electric Vehicles.
Design tools have become easy to learn and affordable, while 3-D Printers and other Rapid Prototyping resources are turning fabrication itself into affordable “point-and-click”.
Bigler will walk attendees through the steps for an individual to prototype an idea.
About Fusion: Art.Sciece.Technology
Fusion: Art.Science.Technology is an innovative speaker series sponsored by the Cupertino Library Foundation along with the Performing Arts & Culture series, the Film series, and the Tech Toolbar to promote life-long learning and self-improvement in the Cupertino community.
The Cupertino Library Foundation, in collaboration with the Cupertino library and other organizations, is proud to present two community events related to 3D printing technology and its impact on our daily lives.
All events are FREE!
Attendance is free and registration for these Fusion: Art.Science.Technology events is optional. While registration does not guarantee seating, your RSVP allows the Cupertino Library Foundation to send reminders and notify registrants of changes in programming.