3.D. Printing at the Library

In the last round of holiday programmes we ran our very first course that involved using a 3.D. printer to print out work that the students produced in a variety of ways. Trimble SketchUp was used to build a 3.D. Keyring and we also used "Tinkercad" as well as a Minecraft server called "Printcraft" to build 3.D. structures that were then printed out for the students. The course was a collaboration between Library and Bridget McKendry from the "Makercrate". This was great fun and a real success with some very good results as you can see in the video below.

 

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