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Maker Space at Future of Flight in Mukilteo near Seattle

Maker Mondays

The Future of Flight 3D Makerspace in the Future of Flight Aviation Center Gallery hosts weekly Maker Mondays, the AMP program, special Members-only events, and Professional Development by appointment. For information not found here, email and the head Maker will reply as soon as possible.

Maker Mondays, open 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., takes place in the Future of Flight Aviation Center's 3D Makerspace on our Gallery floor. Collaborative makerspaces give you the opportunity to work on your own projects, while sharing and improving your 3D-modeling skills. Print your project on a MakerBot Replicator or Flashforge Dreamer in nontoxic PLA plastic! Makers under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Drop-ins are welcome. 

Maker Mondays is free to Institute of Flight Members and $5/seat to all others, letting you work all the way until close if you desire. Printing costs $1/gram, and most people print objects at about 4-10 grams.

Maker Workshops, Saturdays 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., are special weekend events that rotate each month. Maker Workshops include starter materials and will introduce you to a new Maker method each month!

For the month of June 2017, we're doing our Paper Circuits workshop. Come make real circuits with conductive tape and LEDs on a paper workbook that teaches about different types of electronics circuits and lets you design your own light-up art or engineering projects! This takes only 15 minutes to get started, and you can buy extra materials and even order more complex parts online if you want to continue your work at home.  

For the month of July 2017, we'll be doing our Advanced 3D Printing Structures workshop. This is excellent if you have experience in a 3D modeling platform already. If you don't have practice already, we'll show you precisely how to make a complex shape step-by-step, and our experienced users will be able to play with it much more. Specifically, we will be using the power of the "component" operator in SketchUp (works the same as in Solidworks or Catia), which lets us make many structural elements that all change when the original is modified. Printing these shapes at larger sizes will cost extra per gram and take extra time, but you can always pick up your creation from our front desk starting on the next Monday if printing takes overnight!

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