Month: March 2015

Making shapes to measure the perimeter with the 3D Doodler.

March 22, 2015

3D Doodler in the Classroom

My students have had a good time learning about 3D printing this year. In fact, many of them want to get a printer for their home. One of my students got a 3D Doodler for Christmas (the world’s first 3D pen). He brought it into class shortly after the break, but we were focused on […]

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Here is a completed circuit with the 3D printed battery mount and switch.

March 5, 2015

Robots, Circuits, LEDs, and 3D Pinting| Classroom Project

When I was teaching circuits last year I had my class draw and water color robots. We then used a solar panel that we took out of old calculators, conductive paint, and an LED to make a simple circuit on top of the design. We liked the outcome so much that we decided to make […]

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