Heard the buzz about 3D printing and been wondering what it could offer you, and how to get started?
3D printing is an exciting technology that allows you to design and fabricate your own customised products. While there are some adaptive aids available for purchase that allow some people with disability to perform some tasks, in many cases there is no product at all, or if there is, you might have found that often it is not quite right for your specific needs. 3D printing offers you the ability to design and manufacture your own solutions, meaning you are no longer reliant on someone else to notice a problem, think of a solution, and get the design right. Now you can be that person, and with the right tools and skills you can make that perfect thing that solves your particular problem in precisely the right way. The opportunities are only limited by your imagination, creativity, problem solving ability, and design skills!
The 3D printing course at Sargood on Collaroy provides a hands-on introduction to the world of 3D printing. By the end of the course you will be a competent basic user of this technology, able to find 3D models designed by others, as well as design models of your own, and print them off successfully.
Sun 6 Jun – Thurs 10 Jun
Sun 12 Sep – Thurs 16 Sep
Duration: 4 nights
Register your interest now
Please contact Sargood on Collaroy on (02) 8597 0600 or click the button below to fill out a Registered Interest Form. Please note this is not a booking confirmation, we will be in contact regarding this course.
You must be living in the community to apply to attend any of the courses run at Sargood on Collaroy. If you are currently an inpatient at a health facility then unfortunately you are not eligible to apply.