This week, the class appeared to be more proficient in tinkercad, even to the point that some had developed prototypical iterations of their blue rabbit projects. The most impressive prototype had to be Steph’s vase, which was rendered with hexagons instead of triangles. Despite being unable to hold water, the printer’s flaws were easily recognizable and even workable into something productive. In the following week of coin making, it appears that the formula for the optimal coin involves the temperature veing between 190 C and 210 C. I am determined to figure out a way around the porousness of the material for future projects as demonstrated by Steph’s vase. As for my chain mail prototype: the temperature needs to be lowered and I need to find an alternative to circles being rendered via triangle patterns.