Learn to 3D Print: Makers Making Change Open House
February 27 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm MST
Use your Maker Skills to Help People with Disabilities
About this Event
Are you interested in 3D Printing?
Do you need volunteer experience?
Do you want to explore potential career paths?
Do you want to use your maker skills to help people?
Come to our Open House at the University of Lethbridge Innovation Zone to learn about 3D printing technology and how it can be used to create open source designs to help people with disabilities gain access to low cost assistive devices.
We are starting a Lethbridge Chapter of Makers Making Change!
Meet out Chapter Leaders:
Amanda Woodtke is currently an Undergrad working towards a BSc in Kinesiology with a minor in Small Business Management at the University of Lethbridge. Her area of interest and research looks at the effects and benefits of isometric exercise.
Kevin Roelofs is a C1 quadriplegic and currently managers the University of Lethbridge Innovation zone space. He is active in the disability community and regularly works with local disability groups to help people design assistive devices for their own use.