|Above: Design shown from the front.|
Background: Student has been working on 3D Printing projects for two years as part of the classroom program. She has been consistently creating inventive designs that have shown flair and creativity. This was a situation when she had a brief, had seen other projects in the series but wanted to put her own spin on the creation. This was designed with help from her younger brother who is eight years old.
|Above: The print shown from other side|
Timeframe: Ten hours for the print. This print consisted of no 'rafting' what-so-ever, so there was no wasted filament. Given the dimensions and the purpose this is the perfect design in the sequence.
Size: The front of the print measured 110mm across, was 75mm deep and 80mm high at the back and 40mm high at the front. The individual aspects of the print varied slightly depending on the location.
What we would do differently/next steps for students: This was one of the the best prints in this design of runs, the design was particularly complicated and worked extremely well. The student(s) involved in the print were thrilled with the result and this was one of the best examples from a student during this year.