Make your own 3D print
Make your own 3D print

When product developers design new products, they go through various stages, before they have the final product in hand. 3D printing is often used to create the first prototypes. But how do you print a three-dimensional object?

Learn more about what 3D printing technologies are and the entire process from 3D design to 3D printing. You can also try 3D printing an object of your own choice and experience how 3D-printed objects look and can integrate moving parts.

Bring your own PC to experience the most maker fun.

Target group: Everyone 
Language: Danish
Location: Concept Development Lab

Experience the virtual world through a VR headset
Experience the virtual world through a VR headset

Companies are increasingly using the virtual world to train and educate their employees. 

  • Try a VR headset and experience the virtual world – also from a business perspective.
  • Test your virtual skills by solving a virtual puzzle or assembling an engine, among other things.

Target group: Everyone
Language: English
Location: xR2 Lab

Learn how to make delicious non-alcoholic cocktails
Learn how to make delicious non-alcoholic cocktails

Ulmus Craft Cocktails shows you how to:

  • make delicious non-alcoholic cocktails.
  • use unique, wild and homemade ingredients in drinks.
  • bridge the gap between modern man and wild nature.

Creativity takes centre stage at this workshop, where you will use fresh ingredients to make a cocktail syrup. Here you can create unique flavour combinations that can be used to make delicious cocktails at home. The workshop ends with you mixing ingredients for your very own cocktail, followed by a tasting and evaluation of the overall taste experience.

Target group: Everyone
Language: Danish/English
Location: In the forest next to AU Herning

Laser cutting: From drawing to a physical object
Laser cutting: From drawing to a physical object

Experience how you can transform your ideas from a drawing into a physical object cut out with a laser beam in wood or plastic sheets. The possibilities are many and can be very advanced: from signs and key rings to 3D objects built up from multiple items such as boxes, drawers, shelves, lamps, furniture and much more.

Bring your own PC to experience the most maker fun.

Target group: Everyone 
Language: Danish
Location: Concept Development Lab

Create 3D objects with an acrylic bender
Create 3D objects with an acrylic bender

An acrylic bender can be used to bend acrylic/plastic sheets that have been cut with a laser cutter. Laser-cut parts (acrylic sheets) can be joined together with screws, glue and tape, but instead of joining multiple sheets together, they can also be bent after heating. This offers many more options than gluing sheets together. They also have a different visual appearance and strength. 

  • Discover how you can go from a flat sheet (2D) to a 3D item with increased strength and possibly functionality.

Bring your own PC to experience the most maker fun.

Target group: Everyone 
Language: Danish
Location: Concept Development Lab
 

3D films, games and virtual meetings with a VR headset
3D films, games and virtual meetings with a VR headset

Try a VR headset that can be used for film and gaming experiences or for virtual meetings, where you can present new products to users and investors in the development process.

Target group: Everyone 
Language: Danish
Location: Concept Development Lab

The final touch with a foil cutter
The final touch with a foil cutter

A foil cutter is a printer that can print on self-adhesive paper and is therefore perfect for making stickers. But not just stickers – also labels, designs for devices as well as visuals for prototypes and products. When making prototypes, models and even finished devices, text and other communicative effects such as logos are often needed. With the foil cutter, you can complete the design of your product, and if you’re working on a prototype, you can print a screen that visualises the screen the device will include!

Bring your own PC to experience the most maker fun.

Target group: Everyone 
Language: Danish
Location: Concept Development Lab

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