Product design, prototyping and 3D printing

Until 13 March 2021

The applications of 3D modelling and printing cover a very wide field, as yet undefined: medicine, fashion, architecture, toys… think of the tools you could make to make your work more original.

We invite you to come with your ideas, we will guide you through the process and offer you knowledge and advice so that you can get started on the path of self-manufacturing.

Rosina Herrezuelo is a multidisciplinary creative specialist in design and 3d printing. She started within the Makespace association in 2012, to get to know the maker world, its philosophy and its 3D printers. She has collaborated with associations such as Mujeres Tech, or institutions such as Medialab Prado and Matadero (Mad) in the field of dissemination and experimentation with 3D technology. She is co-founding partner of Medialab Toledo. In 2017 she started her own brand of decorative sculpture Aghoriscuptech, in which she uses 3D technology in the manufacturing process.

The workshop is aimed at designers, artists, craftsmen and anyone who has basic notions of 3D modelling and wants to reproduce their ideas.

Each participant must bring their computer and a mouse with a central button.

Number of places: 7
Price: 25 euros
Timetable: Thursday 11 and Friday 12 March, from 16:00 to 19:00 h. Saturday 13th March, from 11:00 to 15:00 h.
On Saturday from 11:00 to 12:00 there will be a colloquium that will be broadcast in streaming (Youtube, Facebook and Twitch). Rosina Herrezuelo and Marcos Castillo will participate.
Marcos Castillo is a computer engineer by profession and a teacher by vocation. Master in programming languages. Specialist in aerorobotics and autonomous flight systems. Ex-scientist collaborator of “El Hormiguero” and co-founder of the Reesistencia Project.

Registration (it is necessary to indicate the name of the workshop): [+] The place will be reserved when payment is made. In case of any incident, please call: 985 18 55 77