I was excited to see your post about 3D printing. I am not a public school teacher anymore - just homeschooling one of my dyslexic kids - but am looking forward to trying 3D printing soon. A great fan of "instructables.com," I came across this tutorial last summer. All of the software used is free. This guy made a bobble head doll of his own head!
The printing website for this tutorial is . . . http://shapeways.com. Blender is one of the 3D packages that they accept for their uploads. I used Blender for 5 years as a teacher and hope to use it to create drapery hardware really soon. (I will use the Gimp and Inkscape to create my fabric design for http://spoonflower.com).
On 2015-02-17 15:31, LM wrote:
On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 3:32 PM, Michael Shigorin <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Here's Dmitry's reply (I've bounced your query to him and you'll hopefully receive his message in its original form either):Please thank him for the info. I did add some of these morning so looks like we're on the right track. Hope to add other suggestions from his list soon. ### To unsubscribe from the schoolforge-discuss mailing list: Send an e-mail message to majordomo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx with no subject and a body of "unsubscribe schoolforge-discuss"