Launching the new Maple Glass 3D Printer

Hosted by ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

Introducing the University’s new Maple Glass 3D Printer, a revolutionary device that is changing the game for 3D printing!

Join Dr Jeffrey Sarmiento, Senior Lecturer at the School of Art and Design, to launch the Maple Glass 3D Printer and experience the beauty and precision of 3D printing glass using this state-of-the-art technology.

The latest addition to the University’s world-class glass workshop, the Australian-made Maple Glass 3D Printer can use recycled waste glass to print a 3D glass object from a digitally generated file. The Maple Glass 3D Printer will be used in a collaborative research, teaching and outreach effort with Engineering and the ANU Makerspace using the technology to develop creative solutions to practical problems in glass.

Please note, places are limited and participants are required to wear closed shoes. 

  • Dr Jeffrey Sarmiento, Senior Lecturer, School of Art and Design, ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Date: Thursday 23 March 2023

Time: 6–8pm

Location: ANU School of Art and Design, 105 Childers Street, ANU


Alumni Relations
Phone: 02 6125 5004


Registration is free and essential for this event. To register, please click on the registration button to your right. You will be able to register for one or more 2023 ANU Alumni Week events through the registration form. 

To help keep everyone safe, please ensure that you are familiar with and follow the advice from ACT Health regarding COVID-19 exposures and ACT Health advice on current restrictions.

If you do not feel well, please stay home and get tested.

By registering for this event, you are accepting our privacy policy.