Construct3D: Academic 3D Printing Conference

The Construct3D Conference Explores the Expanding Role of 3D Printing as a Digital Fabrication Tool for College Faculty, K-12 Educators, and Informal Education Leaders

3D Model: Flexy Football

Woot! Flexy football in celebration of the American SuperbOwl holiday.

3D Model: Minifig Football Hats

LEGO® minifig compatible football hats in celebration of the American SuperbOwl holiday.

3D Model: Frederick Douglass Medallion

“Frederick Douglass is an example of somebody who’s done an amazing job and is getting recognized more and more, I notice,” the president said.

3D Printing Rosa Parks

Today is the first day of African American History Month and I wanted to publish a new model to celebrate. I’ve written before about the lack of models related to African American History and Culture in my posts 3D Printing Martin Luther King, Jr. and Looking for African American History on Thingiverse. The lack of models is a great opportunity for students to contribute designs.

American Selfie Concept

Brainstorming a new piece in response to seeing the red feed/blue feed phenomenon where the social media sites use algorithms to show you things it already knows you like.

Greater America Day 10

A golden signature is scrawled across the blank check that is Greater America. A signature promising to bring riches to friends and family alike and bring low enemies domestic and foreign.

3D Model: Minifig Transgender Sign

LEGO® minifig compatible transgender sign and poster for 3D printing. As an educator, I support transgender students in my school and community.

Behind the Scenes: NoVa Maker Educator Meetup

I’m very excited to announce the NoVa Maker Educator Meetup at Maker Faire NoVa on March 19, 2017.

Minifig Pussyhat Giveaway

Welcome to the minifig Pussyhat giveaway page! I’m giving away 4 sets of 5 LEGO® minifig compatible Pussyhats with Women’s March signs.

3D Model: Minifig Women’s March Signs

These LEGO® minifig compatible signs and posters celebrate the millions that joined the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., and around the world on January 21, 2017.