It was a very exciting first week. This Sunday I’m off to pick up the school van and gather the food supplies for a retreat to Cornet  Bay tomorrow. Gathering food for 45 people is very much comparable to gathering food for a small tribe.

This week I started my first  shifts at the Computer Applications Lab and have already begun to answer students questions about everything that surrounds our 3D Printers from print bed area to physical limitations of our models.

Below are  creations of my own, one a design I have successfully printed of a trefoil knot the other a brief animation of a water simulation with rigid body physics applied to the fractured object.


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