3D Printing with movable parts is a continuation of our 3d printing courses at the DAE. Students will explore, design and print working mechanisms such as hinges, gears, wheels and more. This class will provide them with a greater understanding of how parts are fabricated separately in manufacturing as well as prototyping for products. In addition, this class will also utilize and teach the fundamentals behind our 3d scanner for our last project. Each project will be based on a particular mechanism and should take about two to three weeks from start to finish. Students will learn how to build the mechanism and then use their creativity to decide how it can be used in a movable object of their choice, or off of a list of recommendations. Project 1: Wheels Project 2: Hinge Project 3: PEZ or Bobble head with scan. Project 4: Student's choice Enroll in a single session for 3 weeks, or the full semester for 9 weeks! Class dates Part I (3 weeks): 10/19, 10/26, 11/02 Part II (6 weeks): 11/09, 11/16, 11/23, 11/30, 12/07, 12/14 Full Semester (9 weeks): all the above dates *Please note that there will be no class on 10/12 in observance of Yom Kippur.