We had a great turnout for the openscad workshop, 14 people in total, with some new people along too.
We started with a brief welcome to the space and everyone was introduced. Jon followed this with an introduction on constructive solid geometry including some nice examples of how he’d made various 3d printed objects.
Everyone then started working on modelling something using openscad and the four facilitators were on hand to answer questions and help people get started. It helped that everyone present had at least some programming experience, even if only in bbc basic!
We even had time to print David’s martini glass, when Ian did a nice demo of how to turn an STL into a real object with the hackspace’s reprap.
Thanks again to all our participants and the faciliators: Chris, Ian, Jon and Matt.