Monday, 7 August 2017

3D printing

In class we were learning about 3D printing. what I found challenging was that when we are going to print our design everything has to be perfect for example. If I was trying to spell my name and I had spaces in the middle of my letters it's just going to end up as a bunch of letters.
The first photo is a photo of a man who is putting a program card in so the 3D printer can start making someones design.The second photo is my design that I made It doesnt look very good but it will when it's printed.


  1. Hi Chloe,
    I am Caroline. I am a year 8 currently attending at St Pius X School. I really like the way you displayed your 3D printing. That is a great piece of art!

    Your local commmenter ( Caroline )

    1. Thank you so much Caroline!
      I worked so hard on that project but it ended up not being printed so that was a bummer.

  2. Hi Chloe I'm Joyce from Te Waka Ako at Waikowhai Primary School.
    I really liked your design that you made to print out. It looked really cool. I wonder what it looked like in person. Did you make the design on TinkerCad? Maybe next time you could check your grammar a little bit more so that your writing would be more clear for the reader. Next time you could also add an introduction and reflection about your blog post. Anyways your blog post was a mazing. If you would like to check out my blog go to

    Blog ya later,