3D Printing Curriculum

 

1. Students Use 3D Printing to Find Volume1. Students Use 3D Printing to Find Volume
Students will find the volume of a right rectangular prism with fractional edge lengths by packing it with unit cubes of the appropriate unit fraction edge lengths, and show that the volume is the same as would be found by multiplying the edge lengths of the prism.
The Draining Tank 2.02. The Draining Tank 2.0
Students will be able to create 3D containers with an appropriate flow rate, determine how fast the water in a 3D tank is dropping, and verify the flow rate of a 3D object using differentiation.
The Best Handicap Ramp3. The Best Handicap Ramp
Students design a holiday ornament using a 3D modeling program that incorporates at least one example of reflection and one example of rotation
3D printing and the Arduino Board4. 3D printing and the Arduino Board
Students will design and produce a lidded container for an Arduino Board with holes for a push-button and an LED light. Students will then use the Arduino board and push button switch to activate the light.
Finding Volume5. Finding Volume
Students will apply their knowledge of volume formulas to design and produce a cup that holds 8 ounces of fluid, and they will test their product for reliability, applicability, and quality. Students will then market their product to a specific audience using any form of advertisement.
Bike Clamp and Push Holster6. Bike Clamp and Push Holster
Students will apply their knowledge of forces to design and produce a push rod holster and clamp to assist an adult maneuvering a child’s bike. Students will then market their product to a specific audience using any form of advertisement.
Cookie Cutting and Fractions7. Cookie Cutting and Fractions
Students will design a cookie cutter that cuts at least 6 cookies with equivalent dimensions.
Deck the Halls8. Deck the Halls
Students will design a holiday ornament using a 3D modeling program that incorporates at least one example of reflection and one example of rotation
The Right Tool9. The Right Tool
Students will apply their knowledge of forces to design and produce a push rod holster and clamp to assist with the maneuvering of a child’s tricycle. Students will then market their product to a specific audience using any form of advertisement.
The Draining Tank10. The Draining Tank
Students will be able to create 3D containers with an appropriate flow rate, determine how fast the water in a 3D tank is dropping, and verify the flow rate of a 3D object using differentiation.
Cell Phone Throne11. Cell Phone Throne
Students will design and produce a cell phone holder that serves, at a minimum, as a charging station for a smartphone of their choice.
The Bridge Challenge12. The Bridge Challenge
Students will design and produce a bridge that supports the most weight using no more than 50 grams of filament.
Roll the Dice13. Roll the Dice
Students will design a single die that meets the symmetry and dimension requirements.
NICU Transilluminator14. NICU Transilluminator
Students will design and produce a transilluminator.
15. The 3D Protractor Project15. The 3D Protractor Project
Students will design and print a customized protractor that is mathematically accurate.
16. Printed Pickups16. 3D Printed Pickups
Students will design and print a custom vehicle with functioning wheels.
16. Printed Pickups17. Use a 3D printer to Manufacture a Mini Me doll
Students will use 3D printing technology to learn how to produce models of themselves at 1:10 scale.
3D Printing Curriculum

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