3D Printing is part of the programme of Rap Riderz Innovation Centre

Rap Riderz Innovation Centre officially opened for business in Aurora (Ontario). Intended for kids and adults, it aims at tapping into their creativity, showcasing artistry and innovating to produce new products and solutions for the future.

3D printing, a key point of the programme

Rap Riderz Innovation Centre brings Robots, 3D Printing, and Virtual Reality to Aurora, Ontario (CNW Group/Rap Riderz)

The centre will bring to its users today’s technologies such as 3D Printing, Virtual Reality, and life-sized Service Robots.

Small groups of people will take part in workshops, seminars and hands-on training sessions in areas such as Software Development (Coding), Electric Cars, Gaming App Development, Design Thinking, 3D Printing etc… Community members are welcome to celebrate their special occasions through private event bookings for birthday parties, strategy sessions and team building.

To explain the meaning of Rap Riderz, Chief Technology Officer, Ian McGowan said: “a rap is what occurs when one strikes a surface with an audible blow to attract attention. Riderz are people focused on progressing and transforming at great speed.

Last, McGowan’s vision for Rap Riderz Innovation Centre is to build an incubator for progressive people (of all ages) that wish to make an impact on society by bringing their new ideas, methods and products to life.


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