3-D Design & Printing

Explore 3-D design and printing — from concept and design to product creation. Using the engineering design process, you’ll identify a problem and solve it through your own invention or innovation. Turn ideas into 3-D models using SketchUp and Tinkercad software and take home a 3-D printed project.

Who It's For

This program is for incoming sixth to eighth graders. 

Instructors

John Parker is a STEM specialist and former middle school science teacher for Seattle Public Schools who enjoys exploring nature and bringing the classroom into the outdoors. He and his family enjoy tide pooling, hiking and foraging.

Brad Shigenaka is a middle school science curriculum specialist for Seattle Public Schools. He is an active Maker hobbyist, always planning for his next summer project (this year: an augmented reality sandbox). He is a Leonore Annenberg Teaching Fellow with the Woodrow Wilson Foundation and received his B.A. in chemistry and master’s in teaching from the University of Washington.

More Information

See the Things to Know section for details about registration policies, transportation and parking, and more.

Details

Jul 8–Jul 19, 2019

Section A-1
Day
Mon–Fri
Time
9 a.m.–12 p.m.
Location
UW Seattle
Cost
$625
Refund Deadline
May 15 (100%)
Status
Full

Jul 8–Jul 19, 2019

Section A-2
Day
Mon–Fri
Time
1 p.m.–4 p.m.
Location
UW Seattle
Cost
$625
Refund Deadline
May 15 (100%)
Status
Full