Archaeology Student 3D Print

Cara’s archaeology students 3D print artifacts for one of their projects. We used the Ultimaker S5 to print this, with dissolving PVA supports.

More great prints by the archaeology students in the galleries below.


Philip's - GPS Case

Philip needed a case for his GPS device. He first scanned the GPS on our high resolution 3D scanner. The scanned 3d object was then brought into Rhino 3D software, where Philip then modelled the case for it. The model was then output on our Ditto 3D printers.

Fine Arts - CNC Stool Project

Philip Robbins Fine Arts Class, where assigned a project to design and build a stool using the CNC router and 1/2″ plywood.

Equipment & Software used:
– Rhino 3D software
– Illustrator 2D software
– Trotec Speedy 300 laser
Final Version
– Rhino 3D software
– Vcarve Gcode creation
– Mach 3 CNC software
– Romaxx CNC

Tony's - Seismometer

Tony, an instructor in the Geography department built this low level seismometer using lego and other parts. He then designed the box and laser cut it at Makerspace.


Martin - Music Box

Martin a student at Langara College, created this amazing music box for his girlfriend. It was cut and engraved on the Makerspace Trotec laser. Martin also created the electronics and programming for it. It can play a number of different tunes, and also be  loaded with different tunes from the usb port.

A video link here >

The Illuminati Fine Arts Lamp Project

The assignment was to create a lamp out of paper and cardboard that could be shipped flap and assembled by the end user.

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