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Design Thinking & 3D Modelling

March 24, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Class Goals: Students in this class will learn how to think and design in 3D! With the help of our instructor, students will be introduced to Fusion360, navigating a 3D workspace and utilizing a variety of modelling tools to design a project for fabrication. Learning the underlying thought process of how a physical shape can be manufactured will be what students use to drive their design process. By the end of the class, students will have a basic understanding of how to use the software to design a project for fabrication and can use the resulting files in our other classes; Laser Cutting, CNC milling, 3D printing.

Come to this workshop if:

  • You want to design your very own unique product
  • You have a doodle on a napkin and want to create a professional model/representation of your idea
  • You are interested in learning automated fabrication tools like 3D printers and CNC mills and how to create files for them

Prerequisites – None

Required: Basic computer competency (how to use a computer, browse the internet)

Recommended: If you are interested in making your 3D model into a real physical object, please consider taking our 3D printing or CNC classes! It is complementary to this course but not required.

About the Instructor:

Doug Chan , Director and Co-founder at Maker Cube

Doug is an accomplished engineer and serial entrepreneur, with an enthusiasm for technology and rapid prototyping. Previously working in several start-ups, he has delved into many fields of fabrication both traditional and modern. Doug has more than a decade of experience in 3D modelling and computer aided design (CAD) for both work and play. He started modelling with Blender3D during a highschool summer camp to make his own 3D games and quickly became enamored with it. By senior year he was teaching his own class of his peers how to make models, animations and games. Picking up several more CAD programs in university, Doug has expanded his repertoir to be able to quickly design models for real world applications and fabrication processes.


What is the age limit for the class?
The minimum age for participants is 13 with a participating guardian or 16 otherwise. Do you have children younger than 13? Sign up for our mailing list to get updates on our youth summer camps!

Where can I park ?
Maker Cube’s parking lot has ample space available. Should the lot reach capacity, there is street parking along 206A St.

How do I cancel or reschedule a class?
Refunds or credit for future classes will only be provided if we are notified by email to info@makercube.x10host.com at least 24 hours in advance of the class. No refunds will be provided for late cancellation, but we do offer a 50% credit towards a future class.

Please arrive 15 minutes before class for sign-in and to ensure it starts on time, those arriving more than 5 minutes late will not be able to attend.

For questions, or concerns contact info@makercube.x10host.com


March 24, 2020
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Maker Cube – Langley Makerspace
#104B - 5947 206A St.
Langley, BC V3A 8M1 Canada