Western Reserve Academy to Provide Personal Fabrication Class to Hudson Residents
Beginning in February, Western Reserve Academy will offer a twelve-week course introducing personal fabrication and innovation in the state-of-the-art Wang Innovation Center. Available to Hudson residents 21 and over, the course will teach participants to use various avialable technologies to create and fabricate items. Vinyl cutters, laster cutters, CNC machines, and 3D printers are some of the machines that will be used in the course. Participants will learn cutting, milling, electronics, engraving, and other processes of rapid and automated prototyping. This is a hands-on course where participants will learn by doing and each week a project or several small projects will be completed. The tools and processes used in the course are easy to use. If you are a maker and love to create and disgn or are just curious how fabrication works, this course is for you.
This class is being offered at no-cost, as Burton D. Morgan Foundation is underwriting all expenses. Register now as the class is limited to 16 participants.