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Make Something Good With This 3D Printing Workshop At British Council

Srishty posted on 25th June

What Is It?

3D Printing is all the rage these days, and is used everywhere from medicine to fashion. A manufacturing technique which is used to synthesise a three-dimensional object of almost any shape or geometry, this is what you can learn at British Council this week.

Who Is It For?

For children in the age group of eight - 12 years, to give them an insight into the technique and process, and allowing them to build a 3D-printed object of their own design.

Why Should I Go For It?

Want to view things in 3D or create something of your own? This is the place to go! It helps children think in a more three dimensional fashion and gives them exposure to one of the most important processes of the future.

Anything Else?

The child can take back the 3D printed object that they print. Registration is on a first-come first-served basis. The workshop is open to all the family and premium members of the British Council Library. The fee for workshop is non-refundable and non-transferable.

When: Jun 26

Where: British Council, 17 Kasturba Gandhi Marg

Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk

Price: INR 1,400 {members}; INR 1,700 {non-members}

Timings: 10am - 2pm

Contact: 0120 4569000 or write to

Check out their website here and follow their Facebook page here.

Featured image courtesy: Pixabay