|Note: Attempt at having a join created by printing|
Background: As detailed above. The teacher was looking at a dovetail approach to join together two separate prints (see below) we are very fortunate with the Ultimaker 2 that we have a large base to print off. The length of the combined print was thirty centimetres.
|Whare Paku translates to 'Bathroom'|
Level of Difficulty: Using Tinkercad the task was straightforward and followed the format of the previous prints. The details were then pulled out of the base sign. Overall: Low (however it is important to read the note below about the joining of the print).
|The wood version of the sign milled from wood|
Size: 30cm long by 5cm high and depth of 4cm.
Timeframe: Each of the two sections was twenty hours on fast print setting.
Process: Tinkercad for design converted to Cura 2, then downloaded on a memory card and direct print. Following the failure of the join the teacher concerned used the School milling machine to wood cut the same design into a sign. He used his original Tinkercad 3D Print and then altered the lettering to produce the print.