Making the cut

By Nicholas Johnson | Feb 15, 2017
Photo by: Nicholas Johnson Keawe Brown, 9, and his dad, Keoni Brown, of Marysville carefully pull a precision-cut card from a sticky printing surface Feb. 4 after running it through a kid-friendly, computer-controlled digital die cutter in the Future of Flight Aviation Center's 3D Makerspace.

The Future of Flight Aviation Center's 3D Makerspace hosted Feb. 4 the first in a new series of workshops – on Saturdays from 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. on the gallery floor – with rotating themes each month.

February is dedicated to printing 3D pop-up cards with digital die cutters using associated computer design software.

Workshops are free for members and materials are included thanks to sponsorship by Community Transit.

The center also hosts Maker Mondays from 1-5 p.m. for $5 per seat and $1 per gram of printing material.

For more, visit www.futureofflight.org/3d-makerspace or email makers@futureofflight.org.

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