Parts for the 3D Laser Scanner are printed using school's 3D Printer.
Students assemble 3D printed parts for the 3D Laser Scanner.
Nick P. uses the open source 3D modeling program Blender to engineer a solution to a problem. He creates scaffolding—the orange vertical boxes—to allow the 3D printer a surface to print on. If not for these supports, the plastic layers above the holes would drip down.Students connect circuitry for the 3D Laser Scanner.
A 3 foot tall tower students constructed with only cardboard and white glue that was capable of supporting 100 pounds of weight.
Students in the Computer Science and Engineering Club model their keychains using the software programs FreeCAD and Blender. After a successful model, they then printed their models out on the 3D printer. An instructional tutorial was put on the school's Learning Management System called Canvas for the students to refer to at any time allowing students to continue to learn skills outside of school.
A completed keychain printed out on the 3D printer using black and glow in the dark PLA plastics.