The 3D print of the Week *New*
The 7th and 8th grade STEM students have two 3D printers as of right now. They could make things on tinkerCAD or on inventor, and then print it out using their 3D printer. The 8th graders especially have gotten very skilled at creating things through tinkerCAD and inventor. These prints can sometimes function to do a task but, mostlikley if it was a real product. There are nine different types of 3D printing but, the only type our STEM students have are material extrusion printers. They use an extruder to place the filament where it is needed at a temperature of about 220 degrees Celsius. This page will show you the best 3D print of the week by the 7th and 8th grade STEM students.
This 3D print was made by a seventh grade student named Jacob Strait. He has been working on it for weeks now, and finally finished it. Jacob made this in Inventor, a CAD software that some professionals use. He made a bow and arrow. The bow and arrow took him so long because he had to make the bow first, then the arrow, and then put the two together to make the finished product. Jacob is excited to print his object. When it is printed we will update this image to one that is irl when it is printed. If you want to submit a 3D print yourself, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org