A complete visual tutorial for designing the Minifig Pussyhat in Tinkercad.
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.
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.
This LEGO® minifig compatible Pussyhat celebrates the people that joined the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., and around the world on January 21, 2017.
Signature of 45th US President
2017 Year of the Rooster Medallion Decoration to celebrate The Year of the Rooster 2017. The Lunar New Year begins January 28, 2017. Part of a series of annual medallions to celebrate Asian… Continue reading
At the April STEM camp meeting I was asked to 3D print bulldozer blades for a set of robots. One of the STEM camp teams was going to use Dash robots from Wonder… Continue reading
Over the June 10th-12th weekend, a horde of inventors descended on the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History for the Make48 competition. The challenge for the DC event was eco-friendly household products centered… Continue reading
Creating quick 3D models is an essential skill for any educator with a 3D printer. Luckily it is easy to create 3D designs using 2D clipart. The secret is to use vector based clipart files… Continue reading
Challenge: Make something to turn a Tic Tac box into something new then share your design with the world. Yesterday, I finished a box of Tic Tac Mixers (Cherry Cola flavored of course) and was about… Continue reading
Students design 3D printed Negative Integer Dice in Tinkercad for an ELL teacher.