MIDAS September 2018 courses

Upcoming MIDAS Courses: February, 2018

If you’re looking to take your fabrication to the next level, want to learn something new or have a project in mind that requires the specialized equipment provided here at MIDAS, the rest of February has a ton in store!  Check out our upcoming workshops… we’re sure there’s a course to fit exactly what you’re looking for as you consider your next diy/maker project.

Tormach Metal CNC Mill courses

Tormach Metal CNC Mill

February 16th:  The ultimate in 3-axis metal CNC technology. Designed for aluminum, light metals and composite plastics – this machine packs horsepower. This machine is not for beginners – only experienced CNC operators can be certified, but anyone can take the course.

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Trotec 120Watt Laser Cutter courses at MIDASTrotec 120 Watt Laser Cutter

February 23rd:  The Speedy is the ideal laser engraving machine – no matter if you are starting your own business or want to speed up current production, laser engraving wood, plastic, acrylic, fabrics and many other materials has never been more efficient. This CO2 laser engraver has the highest quality components which ensures minimal maintenance requirements.

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Creaform 700 3D Handyscan Scanner courses at MIDASCreaform 700 3D Handyscan Scanner

February 26th:  The Handyscan is AMAZING but don’t take our work for it. Come out and see for yourself! This session will demonstrate the handy scan on a number of objects how to place tags, basic scanning, set up of a receiving software and review of captured online files. (CAD and others on demand). This course DOES NOT cover the manipulation of captured images or printing but is intended to allow members to scan and understand the potential of this device. Recommended for engineers, architects, manufacturers, machinists, makers ad hobbyists alike.

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Not what you’re looking for?  Take a look at our full calendar of upcoming workshops and courses.

 

 

 

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