Welcome to ScholarBots
Schreiner University's 3D Design & Printing Club
To teach, learn, share, and explore the elements of 3D design and the MakerBot 3D printer.
Students will gain understanding and hands-on experience with basic 3D modeling software and the MakerBot printer. Students will engage in discussions and collaborate on the design process, and various uses of the MakerBot printer.
Topics will range from technical instruction and workshops, to designing prints with purpose, to operating the machine. Students can participate in national and local design contests or themed workshops.
Students will share ideas and designs while offering feedback to one another in a welcoming environment. This group will help students with experience in design, communication, expression, and understanding.
ScholarBots is open to all currently enrolled Schreiner students from all academic areas of study.
For general information on 3D printing at Schreiner, or how to get started on your own please look at the following resources:
ScholarBots' Sample Meeting Topics
- How To:
- Fix/Correct Designs
- Print Designs
- Polish Rough Prints
- Design Shortcuts
- Quick Tips
- Various Design Programs
- Designing with purpose
- Uses of 3D Prints
For more information on 3D design and printing, using the Makerbot, or joining ScholarBots please contact Resident Student Maker Samantha Meyer.