3D Printing Camp

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3D Printing Camp

SPSU 3D Printing Camp
Building A
Suite 260
1100 South Marietta Pkwy
Marietta, GA 30060

About the Camp

Camp Information

The 3D Printing and Engineering Design Camp is designed for middle and high school students (12-18 years old). The camp is designed to promote design creativity and provide students with technical skills to bring a conceptual idea through to a finished product. Students will learn about CAD, 3D Scanning and 3D Printing. Students will design and print two keychains and one frisbee on the SPSU 3D Printers. Students will print one model of their choice on the Printrbot.

Fees and Payment Schedule

The fee is $250 per student before April 30th and $300 after. The camp fee includes all instruction, course material, camp material, t-shirt and tours. Camp registration is complete only when the camp fee is received. Half day rates are not available. The camp fee is non-refundable.

Cancellation and Transfer

The camp fee is non-refundable. If for any reason your child cannot attend the week of camp that was initially selected, we can transfer your child to another week.

Lunch

No food is provided during the camp. Students are requested to bring their own lunch and snacks every day. We will be eating lunch in the Student Center (Bldg A) which has a MyGrill location and Bookstore for snacks and sandwiches.

Discounts

We are not currently offering any sibling or chaperone discounts.

Camp Size

Each camp is limited to a maximum of 10 participants per instructor. Registrations are accepted on a first-paid, first-enrolled basis. Early registration is recommended to ensure your child gets the camp of his or her choice.

Behavior Issues

All behavior issues will be discussed with the parent or guardian. If the behavior issues persist and/or endanger another camper or camp staff, this may result in the removal of the child from camp activities .

Teamwork

Students will work in teams of 2 or 3 for design projects including engineering challenges and building a 3D printer. Competition encourages students of various ages to work together in order to communicate design ideas and to develop an appreciation of different skill sets.

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