The Nitty Gritty
- Each purchase covers one person
- Classes last 90 minutes
- No cancellations within 48 hours and no refunds for missed classes
- Must be 16 or older to attend (sorry, kiddos)
3D Printers have yielded some pretty magical things over the past few years. The first thing that comes to our mind? The coveted Donut Taco. But there’s plenty aside from that too: this notable ballgown, some really majestic musical instruments, some actual homes in China (yeah, homes), and 3D printers let us email wrenches to OUTER FREAKIN' SPACE. But we get the impression that inventing such a things involves some Professor Philip Brainard-level eccentricity and, like, five different degrees in engineering. Right? Wrong.
The thing that we’ve grown to love about Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) over the years is their seemingly endless number of stunning exhibitions, accessible antics, and creative classes, guest talks, and programming. One of their most recent additions to their curriculum offerings? None other than a starter-level 3D Printing class. At the helm of your 3D printing adventure is 3D Printing Wizard/Knight/Ninja Neil Miller – who started dabbling in 3D modeling before he was 16 and has pursued the craft all throughout his life, in his work in game design, sculpture, and other creative pursuits. Once he got his hands on a 3D printer in ’05, he knew he had found his medium.