Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 1:30:00 PM Hammerspace 440 E 63rd St , Kansas City, MO

Fidget Spinners are all the rage right now, and HammerSpace is hosting a class where you can make your very own out of 3D printed parts and high quality bearings!

During this class, students will get to choose from a wide variety of color casings for their fidget spinner (including UV color changing and glow-in-the-dark). The instructor will then teach you how to open and prepare the different types of bearings for maximum spin time and balance, then everyone will assemble their spinners.

Nathan Hall of Rocketman Toys makes and sells fidget spinners of all shapes, sizes, and colors right here in the KC area. His spinners are high quality, and usually spin for 60-90 seconds at a time. In addition to being the instructor for this class, he will also have pre-assembled fidget spinners for sale at HammerSpace during the class if you wish to pick some up while you're there.

For ages: 8-108 years old

This and all classes are open to BOTH HammerSpace members AND non-members, but you must RSVP and prepay for this class if you wish to attend. There is also a 1:30pm-2:30pm of this same class on the same Saturday.

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