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STEM Lesson for Center/Excessive Faculty: Toy Robotic Product Design

Educate Your College students to Design Their Personal Robots

MatterHackers Schooling ambassador and head of expertise at BIS Washington, David Williams, leads a workshop in 3D design utilizing TinkerCad, featured on the ISTE21Live EdTech convention. David guides lecturers by way of a step-by-step lesson 3D modeling customized robots that college students can design after which fabricate with 3D printing within the classroom.

Create a free TinkerCAD account or use MatterControl to emulate the steps and observe making your personal robotic earlier than sharing with college students. As soon as your design is full, study implement quite a lot of bodily, software program and {hardware} strategies to make your thought a actuality and take a look at David’s instance robots created by college students which were printed on an Ultimaker 3D printer utilizing MH Construct Sequence PLA.

Expertise Discovered on this Lesson

That is an introductory lesson supposed to show the essential fundamentals of 3D design software program all applied inside a single mannequin, together with the next key ideas:

  • Making fundamental shapes equivalent to cubes and cylinders
  • Modifying shapes by scaling, rotating, adjusting the variety of sides, and including rounded corners
  • Creating unfavorable/hole area (aka subtractions)
  • Producing a customized 3D form from a 2D drawing
  • Grouping and mixing objects

Lastly, discover ways to remodel your college students’ 3D printed toys into real-life merchandise by implementing the Mayku Vacuum Former, as demonstrated by David on the finish of the lesson. 

Comply with together with the video tutorial under for an simply adaptable lesson into your STEAM curriculum that can interact college students in studying product design with enjoyable digital manufacturing strategies.

Digital Manufacturing for Center Schoolers: Product Design Made Attainable

[To see more of the inspiring educational projects, live speaking sessions, and reviews of 3D printing tools and resources created by David Williams as a featured MatterHackers Education Ambassador, visit his collection page on the MatterHackers website here.]



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