Time Lapse of 3D Design Students’ Project Being Printed

As part of a larger project in a 3D design course at the University of Richmond, Fall 2012, students used Google SketchUp to develop a work composed of three pieces of small cubes taken from a much larger cube (when assembled, the look is similar to a Rubik’s cube). This video was created from stitching web cam shots taken every 15 seconds during one of the print jobs. The 3D printer used for this class is that of the university’s Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology and is a Makerbot Thing-O-Matic printer.

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1 Response to Time Lapse of 3D Design Students’ Project Being Printed

  1. [name removed due to spam] says:

    Cool video. It does look like a Rubik’s cube. I’m glad the process was showed in the speed up video, if not it would be slow and boring.

    Thanks for the post. 🙂

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