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3D Scan for 3D Print with 123D Catch


I have just uploaded a new Teaching and Learning Resource onto the BfB Wiki.

This one is an introduction to using Autodesk 123D catch to 3D scan objects for 3D printing (using PC, Web and iPad versions)


After reading this you might like to visit the “Technical Resources” section of the BfB website where Ed Sells has posted a more in depth “how to” guide.


To baldly go… (3D Printing)… Part 2


Following on from a previous post “To baldly go” Tim Rylands who visited D&T a couple of weeks ago has blogged about 3D Printing in the Design & Technology department here at Clevedon School. It makes a really interesting read, so check it out here http://www.timrylands.com/2012/06/07/3d-printing-at-clevedon-school/

Thanks Tim for the brilliant and very complimentary blog post!

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