|Above: Design showing the personalisation of the iPad stand|
Background: This student inspired by other designs in the classroom has demonstrated excellent design and creation using Tinkercad and 3D Printing. In this design the student wanted an advanced iPad stand created to allow her to have her iPad stand. The personalised part of the design was to have her name featuring prominently on the top, and placed an emojii on the rear of the stand. The dimensions of this were created, measured and designed independently by the student, to have
The student concerned in this projecy is a Y5 student who is ten years old. She has had two years experience with 3D Printing.
|Above: The stand in use with draw in place|
|Above: The completed design with draw in place|
Size: The base stand measures 100mm across and has a depth of 100mm. The front of the base rises 50mm with the lip. The rear of the stand was 110mm high and 20mm deep. The naming letter on the top of the base raised 10mm. The width of the sides of the base was generally 5mm. The draw was of relatively similar dimensions. It was 80mm and 100mm deep with a width of 3mm for the sides. This was slightly smaller that it could have been.
What we would do differently: The students designed the draw to be somewhat loose as she was wanting it to be easy to open and close the draw, it could have been slightly larger to create a bigger fit, otherwise the design relative to the brief and challenge was extremely successful.
Next Steps for Student: To move onto other projects. This project has been completed and completed to an extremely high standard, and while there are some very slight minor adjustments to be made the print itself is working extremely well.