Saturday, March 15, 2014

3d printing/ greece

Noah is doing a presentationwith one of his friends on Greece at school in a few weeks. His friend had a bunch of pictures from when her parents traveled there. I told him it would be difficult for us to top that, but we decided a 3D printed Parthenon-"like structure " and Greek column would be a half-way decent attempt at redeeming ourselves. The Parthenon took 8 hours to print as it is about the maximum width and length that we can print on the Makerbot. We also looked at a Greek amphora on Thiniverse and may print one of those before his presentation. 

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