Come over to Jewett Hall and make yourself a luggage tag before you go home for fall break.
PrusSlicer now has a nifty way to create “organic” supports.
They are MUCH easier to remove from the final 3D print.
An example of a recent print in the Maker Space and how it looks with each of the methods.
How to do it: “Open the Paint-on supports Gizmo, select Automatic painting. when its done enable for “support enforcers only” then go to Print Settings\Support material\Style: and from the drop down menu select Organic. “
First-Year students will each be getting a blank cork coaster when they pick up their Digital Excellence Commitment (DExC) laptops. With the software that the College provides they will be able to customize and “print” their own designs on the laser in the Maker Space. We look forward to meeting all 508 of them!
Finally got our consumer-grade laser going (Glowforge) and made a coaster for a member of Bowdoin Ultimate Frisbee.
Awesome clown logo.
We 3D scanned the polar bear. Now we are printing a few for some special friends of the Maker Space who will be visiting for reunion this weekend.
“The Class of 1912 presented a sculpture of the polar bear to the College in 1937. It is a life size granite statue designed by Frederic George Richard Roth. The figure stands in front of the entrance to Sargent Gymnasium, and has for many years symbolized Bowdoin College to alumni and to the public .”