In the Funbotics 3D Modeling and Printing Camp, students will learn how to 3D model and 3D print their creations.

As part of the virtual program, students will receive an Anycubic kobra 3D Printer to build and keep.

Over the course of three – 3 hour sessions, students work closely with assigned Yale University mentors to build their 3D printers, learn computer aided design in OnShape, and 3D print various custom objects.

Participants not only establish long lasting relationships with these Yale mentors and become a part of the Funbotics Network, but also gain the equipment and a strong foundation for future engineering exploration.

Program open to 3rd-12th grade students. Students in 5th grade and below require parent supervision.

Virtual Program Details

Receive an Anycubic KOBRA 3D Printer
Learn how to 3D model using OnShape
Learn how to 3D Print Creations
Interact with and Establish Relationships with Yale Mentors
Join the Funbotics Network,
Allowing Students to Establish Relationships with Funbotics Leadership


December 9th - 5:00PM - 8:00PM EST
How to assemble a Kobra 3D Printer
December 10th - 1:00PM-4:00PM EST
3D Model using OnShape
December 11th - 1:00PM-4:00PM EST
3D Print Creations

Bootcamp Donation Requirement

A donation of bronze tier or higher is required to participate in the program.

All proceeds will be used to enroll students in free Funbotics Engineering Innovation Camps for students underrepresented in STEM from low-income communities.

Bronze Tier: $500 - Supports 1 Students in Need
Silver Tier: $750 - Supports 2 Students in Need
Gold Tier: $1000 - Supports 3 Students in Need