3D printed skull made by staff at Algonquin’s MakerSpace using files found on Thingiverse.
Although Algonquin College’s MakerSpace is operating remotely nowadays, experienced students and faculty are available to schedule online meetings to discuss potential ideas.
“It’s literally open to everyone with a capital E,” said Matthew Jerabek, associate manager of marketing and communications for Applied Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Algonquin College.
Thanks to their 3D printing and laser cutting services, having your imagination come to life has never been easier.
On Feb. 2, Jerabek hosted a virtual 3D printing and laser cutting workshop. He discussed the many possibilities 3D printing has to offer and showed off some creations made in the MakerSpace, including a recreation of a pangolin.