The Zero To One Guide to 3D Printing
What Is This?
In this workshop course, you'll learn everything you need to know to get started 3D printing so you can make miniatures and terrain for your home tabletop games.
(Hint: you'll be able to do a LOT more than just make minis and terrain)
How Does It Work?
We'll go through:
- The science behind how 3D printing works
- Concepts you'll need to understand to get the absolute best out of your prints
- The best support settings
- Recommended products
- Which printer(s) to buy
- Which resin or filament you should use
- Estimated costs
- First prints
- What is possible (hint: a lot)
- And other ways you can learn and get inspiration
Additionally, you'll get access to an exclusive network of other makers like you who have signed up for the course. Together we can share ideas, ask questions, help with resources, problem solve, and grow as makers. Learning solo is great, but learning together is powerful and creates exponential growth.
There will be a weekly release of new chapters after launch, which will get updated over time with new lessons learned, new product recommendations, and tips from the community.
You'll receive an email at launch of the product, June 15th.
Who Is It For?
If you've ever wanted to make your own miniatures for your game, if you are tired of how expensive it is to buy tabletop terrain or if you've had an urge to create a part or item that doesn't exist, this course is for you.
This isn't a "buy this, press a button and you're done" course.
This course will teach you how it works, where to start, and give you the tools you need to get creative and troubleshoot all on your own.
Why Am I Teaching This?
I've been 3D printing almost nonstop, for thousands of hours, for the last 3 years. I have learned a LOT from endless experiments, weeks worth of research, and many, many failed prints. I want to help you avoid making those same mistakes, and give you the chance to take advantage of all of that learning. It's an amazing hobby, and of course is the foundation of my business.
My philosophy is: if you're willing to learn something new, the value that you will get from 3D printing is amazing. Anyone who is willing to learn, I will happily teach. Yes, even though it means you probably won't buy minis from me anymore. That's a price I'll gladly pay.
Teaching someone to fish is, in many ways, more satisfying than selling fish.