The Digital Makers Network team from The Glasgow School of Art’s Institute for Design Innovation (InDI) will host a 3D printing café at Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre on March 24th.
The café will offer free 3D printing demonstrations and drop in sessions with the team of experts.
Visitors will be able to discuss the potential of 3D printing in a rural context, experience the technology, and explore some new ideas of how 3D printing could be used in the future.
The cafés are an opportunity for anyone to come along and experience the technology, talk to the GSA research team and explore its possible uses for the future. And to have a cup of tea and a biscuit!
Technology such as 3D printers are seen potentially as a very important part of how we design, make and consume the products of the future.
The Uist café will be open to anyone who wants to know more about what a maker space is like and talk to us about what it could mean for rural areas in the future.
The café will be open at the Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum on March 24th from 10am to 4pm.
The Digital Makers Network team will be on hand to answer any questions about 3D printing, digital technology and maker spaces. And serve tea.