General Electric Brings 3D Printing Pop-Up to DC

General Electric is bringing its world tour of pop-up 3D printing labs to rest in DC for two and a half weeks. The lab, known as the “Garage,” will host intro-to-fabrication classes like “3D Modeling 101,” “Laser Cutter 101” and “Build Your Own Weather Clock.”

Creative techies should have fun with this space—there are laser cutters, 3D printers, injection molders and more for tinkerers to play with. The space, located at 1122 Connecticut Ave. NW, right by Farragut Square, opened on March 21 and goes until April 9. Sign up for classes now—spaces are filling up, and some are now waitlist-only. Check the calendar here.

The Garage is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. and on Tuesdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. It is closed on weekends. Hurry—it closes on April 9. Its partners include MakerBot, Quirky, TechShop, Autodesk and Arduino.

Source: GE