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3D Hobby Club

Need something 3D printed or scanned? Need a 3D printing and scanning workshop for your D.I.Y project? 3D Hobby Club is the place for you, come join us! Long Description 3D Hobby Club is New Zealand's first membership-based 3D printing D.I.Y workshop where everyone is welcome.

We offer: - 3D Printing in-store and online (Email us your models) - 3D Scanning and Post Processing - Mini-Me (We'll scan you and print you) - Workshop for hobbyists and tinkerers to experiment in

Idea Beans

Graphic Design, Signage Management, Signwriting, CNC File Setup, Events and Exhibitions Design, 3D CAD Visuals, 3D Scanning, 3D Printing and Prototyping

Mission We are a 2D/3D creative design company, specialised in 3D CAD visualisations, 3D printing and 3D scanning, as well as 2D graphic design and signage management.

Our main focus is to come up with fresh ideas for all kinds of purposes and needs, and support these ideas with our 2D/3D design and print facilities to turn them into reality!

Please feel free to contact us if you want anything designed and created for your commercial or personal projects.

MOTAT (Museum of Transport and Technology)

MOTAT opened in 1964 and since then has been explored and enjoyed by millions of visitors. MOTAT is New Zealand's largest transport and technology museum with a focus on creating an interactive and educational experience for its vistors. Long Description The largest museum of its kind in New Zealand, MOTAT offers a fun, interactive, and educational experience. Explore our fascinating exhibitions telling stories of the history and development of New Zealand transport, technology and Kiwi ingenuity.

Visit the original Pumphouse, wander through our historic village or ride the heritage tram to our Aviation Display Hall which houses one of the largest aviation collections in the Southern Hemisphere.

Kids are well-catered for with interactive examples, hands-on technology zone plus our Tinkering Tots gallery which is designed especially for under 5’s.

MOTAT has something for everyone and is known as one of Auckland’s best value attractions. With regular events, school holiday experiences and monthly Live Days, visit www.motat.org.nz to find out what is on at MOTAT for your next visit.

3D Printing systems

3D Printing Systems Ltd with 8 years experience in distribution and backed by local engineering support and training throughout Australia and New Zealand via its dedicated reseller partners.

3D Printing Systems is a leading provider of the world’s most affordable ready to print Desktop 3D Printers.

3D Printing Systems leads the market in affordable desktop 3D Printers. We are committed to offering personal and professional 3D Printers to be more affordable and with better quality results, that is comparable to high end 3D Printers in the marketplace today.

3D Printing Systems have the largest installed base of out of the box desktop 3D Printers in Australia and New Zealand.

In today’s increasingly competitive, increasingly global marketplace, the challenge facing manufacturing organizations today is to continually accelerate time-to market, while reducing production costs. Being able to quickly design, prototype and test your 3-dimensional designs cost effectively and in-house is essential to move from concept to production parts.

We are the distributors for the UP! Desktop 3D Printers from Delta Marco Factory, Inspire Production 3D printers from Tier Time Technologies and Kevvox SP Series 3D printers from Kevvox.

Vivenda

3D printing, consultancy and training

Whau makerspace

Cost: Free (though there may be a small charge for 3D printing filament)

A makerspace is a place where people can come together to innovate and create using information, resources and tools provided.

You can play, tinker, explore, and meet others with similar interests.

The Whau Makerspace is a collaboration between New Lynn, Avondale and Blockhouse Bay libraries. We have a bunch of cool equipment which we swap around the libraries at least once a month (more frequently during school holidays).

At any given time each of the libraries will have one of the following sets of equipment:

  • 5 x laptops for game design, music making and 3D design
  • 1 x 3D printer and laptop for printing 3D designs
  • 10 x robotic Cubelet kits for making robots

Find out when each type of equipment is available at your library:

Auckland Central City Library

http://www.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/EN/services/makerspaces/Pages/makerspaces.aspx

Where: Level 1, Central City Library, 44-46 Lorne Street Bookings: Booking online to sign up for one of our workshops or to use our equipment. We recommend calling 09 890-2417 or emailing us if you wish to use the 3D printer. Contact: 09 890-2417. Available: 1 x Ultimaker 3D printer 3 x PCs running open source software (e.g., Audacity, Openshot, Gimp, Blendr) 1 x Sphero robot

Utopian Crafts

We are a hub for makers, artists, techies, geeks, activists and the like.

We specialise in 3D Printing, Product Design, Craft, and Tech Consultancy. Long Description Welcome to Utopian Crafts.

Utopian Crafts is a Maker Space, Retail Shop and Digital Manufacturing startup.

We specialise in 3D Printing, 3D Modelling, Graphic & Product Design, Art, Crafts, Photography and Technology Consultancy.

There is a whole lot to us:

  1. We 3d print and we can show you how.
  2. We provide a space for crafters around NZ and Australia to showcase their creations at a low commission.
  3. We have classes where we teach technologies, crafts and DIY. We also provide space, tools and material for people to use for their projects.
  4. We have a deep passion for sustainability, DIY and we're anti-sweatshop.
  5. We can advise, design, prototype & 3d print your latest idea to create exactly what you had in mind, or we can teach you how to do it yourself.
  6. Our retail products, materials and sources wherever possible are sustainable, vintage and/or locally made.
  7. We are a community hub, keen on connecting like-minded multi skilled people with projects they might be interested in.

We are ever evolving as a hub, if you have any ideas or want to get involved, get in touch!

Birkenhead Library MakerLab

http://www.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/EN/services/makerspaces/Pages/makerspaces.aspx

When: Second and fourth Fridays of every month, 3.30pm to 5pm, school term only Where: Birkenhead Library, corner Rawene Rd and Hinemoa St Contact: 09 486 8460 Available: 2 x 3D pen 2 x MaKey MaKey invention kit 1 x Snap circuit 4 x iPads

Te Matariki Clendon Library

http://www.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/EN/services/makerspaces/Pages/makerspaces.aspx

When: Library hours Where: Te Matariki Clendon Library, 17 Palmer’s Road Contact: 09 269 0500 Available: 2 x microphones 5 x PCs with Ubuntu Studio

Panmure Library

When: Weekdays, 3pm – 5.30pm Where: Panmure Library, 3 Pilkington Road Contact: 09 574 6140 Available: 2 x microphones 5 x PCs with Ubuntu Studio