Cool Tech Camp 2015
Check out some of the prints our middle school students made while at Cool Tech Camp this summer. Many of them had never seen a 3D printer before and all of them walked away with their prints by the end.
2014-2015 School Year
Keychains and Bottle openers
Students in Michael George III’s Drafting and Design course were asked to design either a keychain or bottle opener. Michael, one of George’s students, based his modern chess piece design off of internet images.
“I didn’t initially like (the print) because it had a bunch of supports, but I liked in more once the supports were off,” said Michael.
This chess piece was printed off of the MakerBot Replicator Z18 which prints with PLA plastic.
As a final project students got to choose what they designed. Some of the students decided to make phone stands.
One student as a final project designed a lace holder.
Here is a student’s rocket that they designed for their final project.
MG3 and one of his students has been working to design a robotic arm for a local 4 year old who would like to play guitar. Here is the hand with NinjaFlex filament used for the finger joints.