Tag Archive: Black History

0 Things: Diversity, Opportunity & 3D Printing

0 Things is a call to action for students, educators and makers

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.

3D Model: Hidden Figures – Friendship 7

Portraits of NASA mathematicians Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson and Katherine Johnson in bas relief on the Friendship 7 capsule.

3D Model: Flexy MLK Memorial

Flexy MLK Memorial Fun flexy remix of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial. Part of flexy buildings and monuments series. This design experiments with a Boolean intersection between a flexy cutting template and the… Continue reading

Lesson Plan: MLK March on Washington Artifact

Introduction The 1960s Civil Rights Movement sought to end segregation and discrimination against African Americans. One of the largest political rallies of the Civil Rights Movement was the March on Washington for Jobs… Continue reading

3D Model: MLK March on Washington Button

MLK March on Washington Button Reproduction of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom button. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I have a dream” speech during this march and is seen… Continue reading

3D Printing Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a school holiday in the US. I decided to 3D print a likeness of Dr. King to honor the legacy of the civil rights activist. I had… Continue reading