Special Event: 3D and 3D Printing in Photoshop CC

Tom Lynch

Join Richard Curtis from Adobe at South London Makerspace on Saturday, 14th November 2015 for special 3D Printing in Photoshop CC event…


This talk will explain and provide information on the 3D/3D printing capabilities in Photoshop CC. We will focus on the working with the 3D interface as well as how to import and work with 3D models when inside Photoshop. The talk will also explain the advancements of the 3D printing engine and how it works with desktop and commercial 3D printers, as well as online services like Sculpteo and iMaterialise.


We are looking for about 20+ attendees, the event is open to the members and the public on a first come first serve basis, it will take place in Phase 1 (aka The Gate Room).

Register to attend here


11:00 – Welcome to Makerspace

11:15 – 3D and 3D Printing in Photoshop CC (~2 hours)

After the event we’ll head over to the pub for some lunch and drinks.

Notable Replies

  1. I put my name down for the course but already followed a linda course on Photoshop CC. In case needed I’m volunteering as a host.

    ps: however I will need to be inducted on the 3d printer before might preferable

  2. If i havnt moved by then i can come along and help out.
    But i wont know till nearer the time.


  3. Well, I havnt moved yet as the buyers pulled out just before exchange of contracts.

    Im not a paid up member anymore as i canceled my direct debit.
    Which means my fob shouldnt work anymore.

    Was it just opening up, pointing people at toilets, facilities and selling the makerspace?
    If its not too much work, healths been crap last few weeks and my membership status isnt a problem then i can help out.

    Would it be useful to bring my 3d printer along?
    Just unpacked it again due to move being put off.

    I see the event is sold out on eventbright.
    Have we got enough chairs?


  4. matt says:

    I can bring some chairs along - think I’ve 3 that can be borrowed. 2 of which could prob. be a permanent donation

  5. I’ve got 6 ikea folding chairs if you can drive by mine (and somehow get them back to me!)

Continue the discussion discourse.southlondonmakerspace.org

22 more replies



Construction of Makerspace was part funded by The Mayor Of London’s High Street Fund:

supported by mayor

Our laser cutter was donated by:


Our 3D printer was donated by:


Many of our power tools were donated by:


Our service monitoring is sponsored by:

Our internet is sponsored by:


©2013—2019 South London Makerspace

Proud to be part of the London Open Workshop Network

Found an issue? Let us know or fork on Github