HalloweeM 42: WeeM, The Universe, and Everything
October 26 – 29, 2017
3D Printing on a Budget
Is it really possible to get started in 3D printing for less than $150? Master gadgeteer and consummate cheapskate Leo Doyle will entertain and enlighten us with a scintillating introduction to 3D-printing. He will talk about building his own 3D printers, using open-source software, including lessons learned, and will bring samples to show.
Leo Doyle is head of the Cyber Defense Force for the city of Indianapolis, part of the IMPD Homeland Security Bureau. He also serves as a subject matter expert to the mayor, governor, and members of Congress. He has a degree in electrical engineering and an advanced degree in computer science. He first programmed a computer when he was 13 and has been involved in computing ever since. Leo started the first commercial Internet company in Indiana in 1992 and was a professor at Purdue.
*Note: The information above is a draft provided by the presenter and may be different in the WeeM Booklet.
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