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3D Scanning, Modeling, & Printing
The R&ID team supports students’ use of 3D scanning, modeling, and printing for both academic and non-academic projects. These technologies allow a student to transform an idea into a physical form rapidly with limited resources. Students learn to create physical objects from digital models using a range of 3D modeling and printing technologies.
- 3D object, artifact reproduction
common Tools & resources
- Hardware: HP 3D automatic Turntable Pro, HP 3D structured Light Scanner ProS3, HP DreamColor monitor, HP Sprout G2, HP Workstation (PC), Ultimaker 2, Ultimaker 3
- Software: Thingiverse, Tinkercad
- Doug Higgins, Ben Salzman
- BIO 100/BIO 248 - Explorations in Biology, Genes and Genomes / Natalie Nannas (3D object)
- ECON 318 - Economics of Technology / Christophre Georges (essay)
- HIST 150 - Myth & History in the Middle Ages / John Eldevik (3D object)
- HIST 245 - Environment and US Global Expansion / Peter Simons (3D object)
Follow these links related to 3D Scanning, Printing, and Modeling at Hamilton and beyond that the R&ID team has found most relevant.
- Complete the 3D Print Appointment Request Form to have a member of the R&ID team contact you about your 3D scanning, modeling, and/or printing project.
- Maker’s Muse offers a wide range of tutorial on 3D printing.
- Thingiverse provides thousands of free 3D digital models that can be downloaded and built using a 3D printer!