Our fifth grade students have been working for two weeks during their recess to create a 3D decoration to print for the Economics Bazaar.
All profits will be donated to the American Family Children's Hospital in Madison.
Students have been sharing their designs on Flipgrid with other schools that are participating in the Global Design Challenge.
Student designs are uploaded into Sl3cer to check for any possible design flaws that would cause the print to fail like floating pieces.
After spending countless hours trying and unsuccessfully printing designs, I have found that Sl3cer is the only way that I can twist and turn a design to look closer.
Many times it looks like it will print from Makers Empire but now I check first before starting to print.