Individualized Computer Sessions
10:00 am to 12:00 noon
One-on-one tech training is now available for a wide variety of technology questions. Bring your device or use one of ours! Advanced registration is required. Our librarians can provide assistance with computer basics, internet, email & social media, using the Library website & online resources, and using our eBooks & eMagazines. Please remember to bring any needed logins and passwords.
Time must be reserved in advance,
contact the Reference Desk at ext. 214 for an appointment.
Please note: we are not able to help with virus removal or hardware issues of any kind.
Introduction to 3D Printing
Saturday, April 2 at 2:00 pm
Dr Duncan Bell will present an overview of the exciting world of 3D printing. In addition he will present examples from his ten years of experience in designing physical models for pharmaceutical research, theatrical set design, and prototyping of inventions. In a few minutes, he will take the audience through the complete process of taking an idea from concept to completed model using one of his personal 3D printers.
Dr Bell is the retired head of Biomedical Engineering for Pfizer Global Pharmaceuticals, where he directed the development of in-house research automation systems. Currently he heads up the LookAlive Window Shows - a small company that develops custom kinetic shop window displays. When he isn't designing sets or special effects for Nyack's Elmwood Playhouse, Dr Bell also teaches classes in programming, 3D printing, and casting and mold making at libraries, makerspaces, and hobby shops in NY and NJ.
Please call the Library at (845) 358-3370, extension 214 or
go online to our Events Calendar to register for these classes.